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Researchers plan for a device that will use electrical signals to communicate with neurons in the brain.
Vote was 9-2 Tuesday afternoon to enact the law locally, more than a decade after California passed it.
While California officials are still reviewing the issue, advocates the federal decision is clear.
UC Berkeley alum Sean Barry, 27, will likely be challenging 18-year incumbent Kriss Worthington.
California law dating to 1950s prevents public from getting basic data on 800,000 wells statewide.
Discovered Afrobeat pop songs, Desi-inspired color runs, henna tattoos, coconut water? You’ve Columbused.
A recent audit of several City of Berkeley departments has revealed that the city is in jeopardy of not meeting its zero waste goal by 2020.
Skaters enjoy $3.3 million facility, which also includes a dog play area for both large and small breeds.
At Chapel of the Chimes columbarium, where cremated remains are held, a sanctum for live jazz, art and experimental music.