The CBC fosters collaborations among partners studying changes in California's biological diversity, past, present, and future.
CIBER is leading the development of a new field of Integrative Systems Biomechanics and training the next generation of integrative biologists. Additionally, CIBER will innovate methods to extract principles in biology that inspire novel design in engineering and train the next generation of scientists and engineers to collaborate in mutually beneficial relationships.
The CSIB is an analytical facility established as an education, research, training and service unit, providing high precision, state-of-the-art, instrumentation for analyzing the stable isotope composition of a diverse array of materials.
Center for Theoretical Evolutionary Genomics
Research at the Center for Theoretical Evolutionary Genomics focuses on the analysis of genomic data. We develop phylogenetic and population genetic theory that are appropriate for the analysis of genomic data.
The Field Station for the Study of Behavior, Ecology and Reproduction (FSSBER) occupies 29 acres in the hills above the Berkeley Campus and is available to promote the investigation of animal behavior in more natural settings than those provided by traditional laboratory environments.