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Monarch butterflies and their close relatives thrive on poisonous milkweed, thanks to genetic mutations that block the effects of the plant’s toxins while allowing the poisons to accumulate in the caterpillar or adult insects as deterrents to hungry predators.

Turns out some of those insect-eating predators evolved similar mutations in order to feast on monarchs.

Because of the foreigner and model minority stereotypes, professional societies have thus far ignored the needs of minoritized Asian American groups.

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The University of California, Berkeley is holding its second virtual Graduate Diversity Admissions Fair October 18-22 to help prospective professional, master's, and doctoral students learn more about UC Berkeley overall, our application process, and departments in your area of interest.

Graduate Diversity Admissions Fair
Dates: Monday, Oct. 18 through Friday, Oct. 22
IB Grad Program Info Session: Oct 19, 2-3pm PST