The Annual Meeting of the Willi Hennig Society will take place May 26-31 at UC Berkeley’s Clark Kerr campus with tours of the natural history museums on campus! Hosted by the BNHM museums of UCMP, MVZ, Essig, and UC & Jepson Herbaria, this conference of Phylogenetics and Evolution has contributed talks and symposia that are […]
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Author: Michelle Koo
We had an informal event tonight to give students an opportunity to meet some of the staff of the six natural history museums on campus, and learn all the students opportunities. Here’s our presentation; come and get involved!
On Wednesday, April 25th, Sara Kahanamoku-Snelling (UCMP graduate student who started the petition) gathered comments from the Change.org petition and sent a more formal letter to Chancellor Christ which you can read below. As of this writing, Thursday morning, April 26th, there are close to 3,500 signatures on the online petition to show campus administrators […]
To current and former students of the BNHM, including the UC Botanical Gardens, UC & Jepson Herbaria, Essig Museum of Entomology, UC Museum of Paleontology, Museum of Vertebrate Zoology and the Phoebe Hearst Museum of Anthropology: The Berkeley Natural History Museums (BNHM) and Field Stations (FS) are currently slated to receive a massive and devastating […]
A message from Ke Bi: Dear Berkeley genomics enthusiasts, The CGRL will organize two genome assembly workshops next week in 238 Koshland Hall: Part I: Project Design, Sequencing Technologies and Library Methods 9/25/2017 (Monday) 1-5pm Part II: Bioinformatics 9/26/2017 (Tuesday) 1-5pm The presenter will be Stefan Prost (email@example.com), previously in […]
New Videos added featuring the UC&Jepson Herbaria and grad students! Science In Real Life (IRL) is a YouTube series to show you what being a scientist is like, in real life. Molly Edwards is your tour guide to behind-the-scenes look at the UC & Jepson Herbaria and other spots you find scientists going about their […]