By now, everyone knows UC Berkeley's Randy Schekman, a professor of molecular and cell biology, won a Nobel Prize for cellular research he has patiently explained hundreds of times since getting the call from Sweden early Monday. But do you know how this relates to Tiger Woods? Or what his research team did in tribute (hint: they're pictured to the left)? From stories, videos, photos and tweets, find out what Schekman did to deserve global recognition of the highest order, what he said when he heard the news, why he credits Berkeley and public education and what his high-school teacher said (hint: it has to do with Tiger Woods).
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Berkeley winner's 'Groundhog Day' has a happy ending
Schekman charms the press (with video)
Continuing updates via Storify
Accolades in the Twittersphere and on the UC Berkeley Facebook page
What makes some people more prone to wedded joy or sorrow than others? Researchers at UC Berkeley have found a major clue in human DNA. A gene involved in serotonin regulation can predict how much our emotions affect our relationships, according to a new study that may be the first to link genetics, emotions and marital satisfaction.
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Townhouses on Alcatraz? Hydrogen-generating algae fields atop Twin Peaks? Imagine how the Bay Area might have looked if not for the vagaries of funding, politics, taste, mortality or chance. Other people's visions are on display now in the "Unbuilt San Francisco" exhibit at Wurster Hall.
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