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Benjamin Nachman receives the 2022 American Physical Society Award for Early-Career Particle Physics

/ October 20, 2021

BIDS Research Affiliate Benjamin Nachman has received the American Physical Society's 2022 Henry Primakoff Award for Early-Career Particle Physics for his "innovative contributions to the search for new physics in collider data incorporating original machine learning algorithms, and for the effective communication of these new techniques to the broader physics community."

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UC Berkeley Showcases Plans for CDSS’ Future Home in New Video

/ October 15, 2021

This article is cross-posted from UC Berkeley Showcases Plans for CDSS’ Future Home in New Video  October 15, 2021  |   Rachel Leven   |   CDSS News ____________________________

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Berkeley Data Science Students Help Uncover How Flaubert Honed “Madame Bovary”

/ October 6, 2021

This article cross-posted from  Berkeley Data Science Students Help Uncover How Flaubert Honed “Madame Bovary”  October 5, 2021   |   Jon Bashor   |   CDSS News __________________

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California’s eviction moratorium is ending –  how data science will effect what comes next

/ September 30, 2021

This article is cross-posted from California’s Eviction Moratorium is Ending. In a Q&A, Tim Thomas Says Data Science Has a Crucial Role in What Comes Next.  September 30, 2021  |   Rachel Leven   |   CDSS News ___________________________

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Saul Perlmutter appointed to President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology (PCAST)

/ September 22, 2021

The White House announced this morning that BIDS Director Saul Perlmutter has been appointed to the President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology (PCAST). 

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Some Questions Benefit from Group Discussion. Others Don’t.

Douglas Guilbeault / September 20, 2021

This article is cross posted from  Some Questions Benefit from Group Discussion. Others Don’t. September 10, 2021  |   Joshua Becker, Douglas Guilbeault, and Edward “Ned” Smith   |   Harvard Business Review ___________________________

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