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University of California, Berkeley

Public land-grant research university

The University of California was founded in 1868, born out of a vision in the State Constitution of a university that would "contribute even more than California's gold to the glory and happiness of advancing generations."

The University of California—Berkeley, often referred to as Cal, is situated overlooking the San Francisco Bay. Typically, 95 percent or more of incoming freshmen at Berkeley choose to live on campus. There are more than 1,000 student organizations, ranging from political groups to a hang gliding club and everything in between. Berkeley also has a thriving Greek life with dozens of fraternity and sorority chapters. The California Golden Bears, Berkeley’s athletic teams, compete in the Pac-12 Conference and are known for their traditional arch rivalry with Stanford University.

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Assistant Professor of Integrative Biology at University of California, Berkeley

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Assistant Dean of Marketing and Communications at UC Berkeley's College of Engineering

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Co-founder and CEO of BioChoric

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Postdoctoral Scholar at University of California, Berkeley

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Professor of Bioengineering at Berkeley University of California.

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Professor at UC-Berkeley, Founder and CEO U. S. Bionics (DBA suitX), Founder Ekso Bionics.

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Director of Bioinformatics at the Center for Research and Education on Aging.

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Professor of Nuclear Engineering at the UC Berkeley.

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Postdoctoral Researcher, University of Berkeley, CA

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Postdoctoral fellow in Dr. Jennifer Doudna's laboratory at University of California, Berkeley

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Asst Vice Chancellor, University Health Services at University of California, Berkeley

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Professor of Biochemistry, Biophysics and Structural Biology at UC Berkeley.

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Professor of the Graduate School in Department of Demography at Berkeley California.

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Professor of Integrative Biology and Helen Wills Neuroscience Institute.

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Professor in Department of Molecular & Cell Biology at UC Berkeley.

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Professor of Neurobiology at UC Berkeley.

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Professor at UC Berkeley.

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Affiliated Research Scientist at CREA, University of California Berkeley.

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Lecturer in Department of Bioengineering at Berkley University of California.

University of California, Berkeley News

Rockfish that lives more than 200 years unveiled genes for longevity

Scientific American - 11-Nov-2021

Insights on longer-living species could offer the targets for extending lifespan in humans

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New supercooling technique preserved human heart tissue from damage

Medical Xpress - 27-Sep-2021

Retains structural and functional effects even after preserving at subzero temperatures

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Dilution of old blood restores healthy brain function

Lifespan.io (LEAF) - 17-Nov-2020

Reduces neuroinflammation & promotes neurogenesis in aged brains of mice

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Gene editing lowered blood level cholesterol and triglycerides in monkeys

New York Times - 27-Jun-2020

Could prevent not only the complications but the heart disease per se in the future

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LEAF interviews the Conboys about rejuvenating mice by diluting blood plasma

Lifespan.io (LEAF) - 16-Jun-2020

This could be a cheap first generation rejuvenation treatment - but wait for clinical trials

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COVID-19 advanced testing lab created by UC Berkeley scientists

University of California, Berkeley - 30-Mar-2020

In response to mass testing needs, they employ robotics and automation for accuracy and speed

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UC Berkeley predicts Human Brain/Cloud Interface

Medical Xpress - 12-Apr-2019

Human and AIs could connect to global superbrain for collective thought

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CRISPR-Chip uses graphene transistors to detect genetic mutations

Bioengineer.org - 25-Mar-2019

Could reduce time and cost of DNA testing

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Gene therapy makes non-vision cells light sensitive

University of California, Berkeley - 15-Mar-2019

This would be a stunning result if repeated in humans

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Chemicals identified to reverse mental decline

BBC - 14-Feb-2019

Mental capacity not lost - just masked by inflammation

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CRISPR Toolkit Expands With Trio of New Tricks

Singularity Hub - 27-Feb-2018

New CRISPR technologies are CAMERA, DETECTR, and SHERLOCK. CAMERA reads out for the cell’s histo...

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DARPA to Develop Wireless Brain Interface

Extreme Tech - 24-Jul-2017

Neural Input-Output Bus (NIOB) project is to create an implantable, wireless, wideband brain-comp...

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Forget blood transfusions, the fountain of youth could be closer to hand

Lifespan.io (LEAF) - 18-Jan-2017

Attempts have been made to rejuvenate the body by transfusing old people with young blood. Recen...

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Scientists to ‘reset’ blood proteins in attempt to slow ageing process

Guardian - 22-Nov-2016

Participants will have their blood passed through a machine that resets abnormal levels of protei...

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CRISPR Gene Editing Cures Mice of Sickle Cell Disease

Futurism - 12-Oct-2016

CRISPR used to correct mutated hematopoietic stem cells. Corrected blood stem cells produced hea...

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Smart wristband continuously measures biomarkers & electrolytes

iMedicalApps - 19-Feb-2016

Continuously analyses sweat to monitor electrolytes like sodium and potassium as well as biomarke...

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Stanford engineer aims to connect the world with ant-sized radios

Stanford University - 09-Sep-2014

A Stanford engineering team has built a radio the size of an ant, a device so energy efficient th...

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A simple, non-invasive gene therapy restores sight

Kurzweil Network - 14-Jun-2013

Researchers have developed an new method for inserting genes into retina cells. It is easier and...

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Molecular clock reversed in mice using SIRT3 infusion

Fight Aging! - 31-Jan-2013

Could SIRT3 promotion in humans help with age-related oxidative stress?

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