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Turkeys inspire smartphone-capable early warning system for toxins Seung-Wuk Lee and his research team looked to turkeys for inspiration when developing a new type of biosensor that changes color when exposed to chemical vapors. They mimicked the way turkey skin changes color to create easy-to-read sensors that can detect toxins or airborne pathogens.More > QB3-Berkeley QB3-Berkeley
Dan Farber, professor of law | 4/16/14 Many people who have studied the issue tell me that the Keystone XL issue is mostly symbolic, because the Alberta oil sands are going to be used one way or another. But I’m having some second thoughts because of arguments made (here) by Berkeley economist Max Aufhammer. The Berkeley Blog The Berkeley Blog