Berkeley Coeus - Berkeley campus research funding reports: Annual funding by sponsor and by department from the Sponsored Projects Office.
California Management Review: Management journal from the Haas School of Business.
Contexts: Feature articles, essays, and news on social-science research findings.
Ethnography: International, interdisciplinary journal for the ethnographic study of social and cultural change.
Forefront: Semi-annual magazine of the College of Engineering.
Innovations: Monthly online newsletter featuring groundbreaking research at the College of Engineering
Research@Berkeley Magazine: Research news website of the Office of Vice Chancellor for Research.
Research Advocate: Newsletter for UC Berkeley researchers.
UC Berkeley Wellness Letter: Current information on nutrition, fitness, and self-care, from the School of Public Health.
Berkeley Journal of Gender, Law & Justice: A continuation of Berkeley Women's Law Journal, presenting research, analysis, and commentary concerning underrepresented women.
Berkeley Journal of Sociology: Annual journal primarily written by graduate students at Berkeley and other institutions.
Berkeley Planning Journal: Produced in collaboration among PhD Students at the Department of City and Regional Planning. Offers readers a collection of innovative and research-oriented articles written by emerging scholars.
Berkeley Science Review: Popular-science journal for non-experts.
Berkeley Chemical Review: Undergraduate research journal in chemical sciences, edited by graduate students and faculty.
Berkeley Scientific: Undergraduate research journal, featuring interviews with faculty members, reviews of recent scientific publications, and articles on current issues in science.
Berkeley Undergraduate Journal: Biannual publication showcasing exemplary undergraduate research in the humanities and social sciences.
Triple Helix: Undergraduate journal of science, society, and law.
Undergraduate Journal of Psychology at Berkeley (UJPB): An annual publication that allows undergraduate students who have completed scientific studies in psychology and psychology-related fields to publish their findings to the larger academic community.