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Beyond Academia 2017

Jo Downes Bairzin It’s a familiar question to many of us in graduate school: what am I doing with my life? One might think that a bunch of PhD trainees in their 20s and 30s would have figured that out already, but if anything, grad school makes the question even more pressing. How many of

“Nuclear energy” and “innovation” in the same sentence?

Start-up culture, exemplified by rapid development of new technology and entrepreneurship, is not associated with the United States’ nuclear energy industry. Nuclear power plants in the United States, whose average age is thirty-five years, are considered antiquated energy source in the eye of the public. The Nuclear Innovation Bootcamp, held here at the University of California,

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