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1. Self-taught conflict photographer wins Dorothea Lange Fellowship



2. Google honors Berkeley’s own Ed Roberts, disability rights pioneer

In honor of the late Berkeley alum Ed Roberts's birthday, California is celebrating Ed Roberts Day today and Google devoted its daily Doodle search-page feature to him today.

3. Berkeley launches RISELab, enabling computers to make intelligent real-time decisions

The new five-year intensive lab follows on AMPLab and aims to speed up machine decision making to milliseconds

4. Inauguration Day at Berkeley

Hundreds gathered at Sproul Plaza at noon today to respond to Donald Trump's inauguration as president

5. Fake news panel brings lively discussion and a crowd to Berkeley

Is fake news undermining the truth? That question, hashed out by Berkeley and industry experts, drew a crowd that filled Banatao Auditorium's seats and spilled into the aisles Thursday night.

6. Researchers unveil new initiative on human migration

Project to explore refugee crises, human rights, nativism and border concerns, among other things.

7. Campus rallies to resist on Inauguration Day

Clad in rain gear and armed with umbrellas, hundreds of Berkeley students, staff and community members braved the stormy weather to come together today on Sproul Plaza for a day of solidarity and protest as Donald Trump took over as president

8. The yin-yang of cancer and infectious disease

Discovering how the immune system responds to pathogens could lead to new therapies for cancer, and vice versa

9. Why the lights don’t dim when we blink

Study finds that blinking prompts eye muscles to keep our vision in line

10. Berkeley among top U.S. universities for upward mobility

University of California campuses, including UC Berkeley, rank high on new mobility report card for U.S. colleges