For India’s growing middle class, recycling is as much about creating identity as being environmentally conscientious.
A UCSF neuroscientist and UC Berkeley linguist team up for leading-edge research that could one day help give speech back to stroke victims and people with paralyses.
In Bolivia, conflicting interests have led to complicated internal struggles over rights, land, and money, says a postdoctoral fellow in UC Berkeley's Department of Geography.
UC Berkeley scholars present diverse viewpoints on the conflict between Russia and Ukraine.
Mountains have played an important and changing role in European history over the past few centuries, according to a UC Berkeley historian.
Whether detailing the locations of taco trucks, old gas tanks, or the migration patterns of tuna fish, a UC Berkeley cartographer is exploring novel ways to illuminate the world around us through maps.
Research by UC Berkeley geographer Adam Romero exposes how the toxic byproducts of petroleum have transformed agricultural production in California and around the world.
The Chinese government has begun using surprising methods to control air pollution while aligning local and national interests.
The origins of the modern U.S. beef industry go farther back than most people realize, says UC Berkeley historian Joshua Specht.