Reiss Reid is a self-proclaimed nerd. Like a moth to the flame, Reiss could spend all of his waking hours in the lab, developing new therapies to battle cancer by harnessing the power of the
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UC Berkeley is the Number 1 public school in the country—tied with UCLA, according to the newest American college rankings by U.S. News and World Report.
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