Sunday Shout-Out picks out the week’s stories that simply slipped our minds.
With a new semester comes new classes that are always difficult to find. Knowing this, the fine people at this institution have come up with a much faster way to access your classes, campus maps and other goodies through your iPhone or — the far less superior and far more “overprivileged” – Android. Just type in http://m.berkeley.edu/courses/. [News Center]
Astronomers at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory discovered what has been described as the “supernova of a generation.” The supernova — which is approximately 21 million light-years away from Earth and may be one of the most studied supernovae in history — was discovered within hours of its explosion. Now that’s fast! [Berkeley Lab News Center]
Chez Panisse kicked off its 40th anniversary weekend at the UC Berkeley Art Museum on Friday. 40 years? Oh, where did the time go. [SF Gate Blog]
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