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Biology summer camp: Life lessons from embryos

THEY’RE GLOWING! THEY’RE GLOWING! THEY’RE GLO-” I stopped, blushing in the dark microscope room. It was 3 a.m., but I was completely enamored with the ball of cells under my microscope. Twelve hours ago, I added a cloud of sperm to a dish of eggs and silently rooted for their successful union. Since then, I
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Baiting the Bug

Nationwide, over 1.2 million people face a lifetime of living with HIV. The disease, which operates by compromising the immune systems of otherwise healthy people, turns commonplace viruses like the flu into potentially life-threatening diseases. However, the real difficulty in fighting HIV is its resilience—it’s very difficult to clear the virus from infected patients. This
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Read Issue 30 of the BSR on your tablet!

Issue 30 of the Berkeley Science Review is now available on the Mac app store (for iPad), Google play (for Android), and the Amazon app store (for Kindle). The app versions are full of interactive content – like videos, slideshows, animations, related reading, and extra photos – not found in our print issue. Enjoy the beautiful
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Issue 30 is here!

All of us at the BSR are proud to announce the release of the latest edition of the Berkeley Science Review. Issue 30 covers all kinds of great topics, and we’re excited to share it with you. As always, we want to thank everyone who gave their time to edit, write, design, code, and manage the
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