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Science at Cal regularly hosts Grounds For Science, a unique public science talk series organized by and featuring UC Berkeley graduate students. Each event includes dynamic conversation, trivia, and a science-inspired cocktail.

Last month’s program, The Bees’ Disease & Building a Strong Postman, featured graduate students Nina Sokolov from the Department of Integrative Biology and Teena Bajaj from the Department of Bioengineering, who shared their research with the public about how bees get sick and how scientists can engineer RNA messengers to better treat genetic diseases. Check out the recording of the event the recording of the event.

To learn more about the program and other upcoming events, visit scienceatcal.berkeley.edu. If you would like to present during one of our Grounds for Science events, email ScienceatCal@berkeley.edu.


Categories: April 2021, Opportunities