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Chemist Peidong Yang is the 2007 winner of the National Science Foundation's Alan T. Waterman Award. Berkeley Nanotechnology Pioneer to Receive $500,000 Waterman Award
Released May 15, 2007
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Photo of scientists, Ma and Poon BCM, Rice Make Major Advance in Structural Biology
Released April 30, 2007
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photo of Petri dish with 'motion W' in it Arming the Fight Against Resistant Bacteria
Released April 27, 2007
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Scientists have developed a microfluidic system that successfully models blood clotting. Novel Laboratory Model Reveals Clues to How Blood Starts Clotting
Released October 17, 2006
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Researchers recently identified a key gene that maintains stem cells in planaria. Flatworms at Forefront of Regeneration Research
Released August 7, 2006
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The 3D-Seek software rapidly locates objects with only a few quick steps. Doodle Search
Released February 23, 2006
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An immune cell known as a macrophage pursues bacteria. Modified Microscope Proves Critical to Uncovering Cell-growth Secret
Released December 27, 2005
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Water travels through carbon nanotubes faster than models predict. Slippery When Wet
Released November 10, 2005
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