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NOVEMBER 4, 2014
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Did Berkeley students register to vote in today's election? Were they eager to cast their ballot? What races and initiatives mattered the most? The campus NewsCenter spoke with students on Sproul Plaza Monday to get their answers. 


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Add a description A new model of epidemic spread by biophysicists Oskar Hallatschek of UC Berkeley and Daniel Fisher of Stanford shows that the frequency of long-range jumps makes a big difference in whether an epidemic's spread is slow and rippling or fast and metastatic.

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Berkeley Global Campus Chancellor Nicholas Dirks has laid out an "unabashedly bold" new vision for UC Berkeley's Richmond Field Station, telling faculty members of plans to remake the site as a global campus and "living laboratory" in partnership with public universities from around the world, as well as with private industry.

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Berkeley Science Review: Auditory responses you didn't know have a name.

"A tremendous feat of cryogenics" - minus 274.113 degrees Celsius.

Recent losses prompt art student to create Day of the Dead altar/exhibit. 

Berkeley animal behaviorist helps open feline adoption spot in Oakland.

Planning prof's software helps San Francisco with housing crunch.

Architecture and design professor leads effort to aid cities in connecting fragmented spaces.

Recent grad Jessica Praphath faced challenges applying what she learned at Berkeley back home.

Bassem Youssef, outspoken commentator during Cairo upheaval, visits campus. (Video)

Bioengineering grad builds spirometer by developing work begun at Berkeley.

Building was moved up from campus, restored and is open for parties.

Campus expands connectivity offerings.

Fabilli-Hoffer short-essay contest open to students, staff and faculty.

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