The Berkeleyan: This week on campus
APRIL 2, 2013
Lindsay Gottlieb and players
Bears aim high -- and dance
Parent, big sister, mentor, educator and coach -- Lindsay Gottlieb tries to be all of these things to her players. As the Cal Bears women's basketball team celebrates winning a hard-fought spot in the Final Four of the NCAA playoffs, their coach spoke with  the UC Berkeley NewsCenter about her approach. 

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MRI of a brain
Three UC Berkeley scientists were at the White House today as President Obama announced a $100 million national BRAIN initiative, which ultimately aims to find new ways to help treat, cure and even prevent brain disorders including Alzheimer's and traumatic injury.

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Dayton Hyde Dayton Hyde, 88, has been a cowboy, a rodeo clown, a rancher, a photographer, a non-fiction author, a novelist, a poet and a conservationist. And now the Berkeley alum is the subject and star of a new documentary, Running Wild, about his efforts to rescue wild horses from roundup and slaughter across the West.

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Rainfall changes expected with heat shift toward our hemisphere.

Androids help prof achieve dream of a global network pushing toward common goal.

UC brings global food experts together April 9 for forum, which will be webcast
"Catalyzing Change" is the theme of this year's event, set for April 20.

Anti-malarial soap, phone app to save babies among record 18 finalists vying April 11-12. Four-week Health*Matters "Wellness Challenge" scavenger hunt starts April 8.

April 7 fundraiser starts at Sproul Plaza. 
Childhood historian's advice to parents: Don't underestimate them.

Paul Simitian takes over as director of policy and technology.

Mexico honors economist Paul Gertler's work on financial incentives and health care.

Eno leadership awards for research on bicycling risk, transit choices.

Ken Goldberg transforms the rumblings of the Hayward fault.

Claude Fischer looks at baseball as the ticket forward, not a nostalgic look back. 
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