Below are news items from various sources about members of Integrative Biology and their research.
|As COVID-19 hits Peru, a brave Berkeley Ph.D. student finds her way home
|In Earth’s largest extinction, land die-offs began long before ocean turnover
|David Wake takes part in The University of California Berkeley Emeriti Association's (UCBEA) Legacy Project
|How do you cultivate a healthy plant microbiome?
|Drugs that quell brain inflammation reverse dementia
|Read the Fall 2019 IB Insight newsletter
|These Butterflies Evolved to Eat Poison. How Could That Have Happened?
|Faculty Position in Vertebrate Physiology
|IB graduate students traverse the globe for summer research projects
|Women don beards to highlight gender bias in science
|Novel tech to combat Alzheimer’s with light
|Full: You can’t squash this roach-inspired robot
|Meet our recent IB PhD graduates
|Koskella: When it comes to climate change, don’t forget the microbes
|Field Genomics course brings cutting-edge research techniques to UC Berkeley freshmen
|Nielsen: CRISPR baby mutation significantly increases mortality
|Read the Spring 2019 IB Insight newsletter
|Essig’s SFO exhibition showcases six-legged frequent fliers
|Recognizing IB's Outstanding Graduate Student Instructors
|Are There Dinosaur Bones in UC Berkeley's Campanile?
|Researchers Work to Reverse Cognitive Decline as People Age
|UC Berkeley study reveals hummingbirds prioritize fighting over feeding
|IB Students in the Lab and Field
|The Sounds That Haunted U.S. Diplomats in Cuba? Lovelorn Crickets, Scientists Say
|Feisty hummingbirds prioritize fencing over feeding
|Congratulations to Daniela Kaufer and Bill Jagust, The 2018 Radical Ideas in Brain Science Challenge winners
|In Memoriam: Roberta Park
|Acrobatic geckos can even race on water’s surface
|As climate and land-use change accelerate, so must efforts to preserve state’s plants
|Read The IB Fall 2018 Newsletter