L&S Discovery Courses College of Letters & Science, Berkeley
Robert Full wins $1million for the work he and his students are doing in his Discovery Course.
Discovery Course professor Robert Full was inducted into the Academy of Arts and Sciences, in a new category: Emerging Fields (the topic of his course). Read More
Discovery Course Professor Ron Amundson discovers that rocks also have "tree rings." Read More
Student in Discovery Course invents ChronoZoom, now a finalist for SXSW award. Read More
Saul Perlmutter (in a tux!) receives his Nobel prize in Stockholm. Read More
Discovery Course professor Saul Perlmutter wins Nobel Prize in Physics. Read More
Discovery Course faculty members engage in the ambitious "Berkeley Earth" project: Read More
Discovery Course professor Saul Perlmutter shares Einstein Medal: Read More
Discovery Course professor Claire Kramsch wins a prize for her book The Multilingual Subject: Read More
Discovery Course professor Rich Muller's Physics for Future Presidents wins Northern California book award. Read More
Discovery Course Professor Walter Alvarez's new book combines geological with personal history. Read More
Discovery Course professor Rich Muller offers knowledge, and some advice, to President Obama. Read More
Professor Rich Muller has published a new book based on his Discovery Course, "Physics for Future Presidents.
Hear Michael Krasny interview Muller about the book and the course on KQED's Forum. Read More
Legendary Discovery Course professor Alex Filippenko gives entertaining lectures that make difficult concepts not only clear but fun. His annual Halloween lecture was highlighted in a SF Chronicle article last year. Read More
A team of UC Berkeley physicists, co-led by Discovery Course instructor Saul Perlmutter, seeking to understand how and why the universe is expanding faster than Einstein ever thought, was chosen Wednesday to compete for the right to build and send a billion-dollar spacecraft into orbit to hunt for the answers.
Story Featured at SFGATE.com Read More