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In Feb. 2007, Berkeley Mayor Tom Bates said, "We are poised to be an international center for the development of new environmental technologies That opportunity grew with the award of a $500 million biofuels research center to UC Berkeley and Lawrence Berkeley National Lab two weeks ago." Of course you''ve noticed Berkeley''s two new high tech research laboratories looming over Oxford Street, at Hearst one on the UC campus and one Downtown. Even though they''re big buildings, they remain mostly a mystery to everyone.

On the east side of Oxford Street stands UC''s Li Ka Shing Center for Biomedical and Health Sciences. It rises five stories (yet stands over 100 feet in height for "Oxandrolone Powder India" electrical connectors, pipes and air ducts in the labs), spreading out over an area of around 200,000 square feet.

Opened in January, its vast interior is planned to accommodate innovative undergraduate coursework and training, as well as house scientists from around the world undertaking new biomedical research methods. Such science is expected to advance the university''s ongoing alliance with corporations to develop patents for both private and public interests.

It''s fascinating to learn that major donor Li Ka shing is China''s richest citizen and that Forbes ranks him as the ninth richest man in the world. His fortune includes a majority holding in Husky Energy, the Canadian oil mining and exploration company Anavar E Espinhas that has entered into a multi billion dollar joint venture with BP called the Sunrise Buy Cheap Jintropin Online Oil Sands Project (a major proponent of the Keystone Pipeline) in Alberta, Canada.

Across Oxford Street, in the Downtown area, stands the nearly finished Helios Energy Research Facility. This approximately 63,600 square foot building is also five stories tall and also rises above 100 feet. It willaccommodate the university''s precedent setting $500 million research agreement with BP Mr. Li''s partner in the Tar Sands venture. Secretary of Energy.

In exchange for corporate investments, the university would allow BP to use facilities, infrastructure and personnel to subsidize private, for profit business. It can be assumed that EBI intends to use genetic engineering to develop and patent genetically modified biofuels grown cheaply in developing countries and new types of genetically engineered microbes, including those used for extracting oil locked in the tar sands of Alberta.

A new Downtown Area Plan was approved on March 20 by the Berkeley City Council. The plan is guided by the secret City/UC Settlement of 2005, which mandated a new plan to accommodate the university''s needs (and anticipated oversized buildings), such as the Biomedical Center and Helios building.

These new buildings radically change the Downtown area''s direction and also deplete the city''s resources. The university pays no property taxes, and because the university barely compensates the city for its use of services and infrastructure, UC''s impacts weigh unfairly on Berkeley''s taxpayers. City infrastructure is already compromised, and its budget is increasingly a mystery, including a looming $310 million in unfunded liabilities. How can the council and Planning Department in good conscience "Oxandrolone Powder India" support the expansion of a global scientific research park Anavar 30 Mg Side Effects in our ´╗┐4-chlorodehydromethyltestosteron city on the behalf of the one percent for free?!

Stewart Jones is a former candidate for Berkeley City Council in District 8.

[This lawsuit was over UC overexpansion]

Maybe the UC system should in some place such as Merced where the locals want jobs and would be happy to have the economic boost provided by building new facilities. One of the problems with Berkeley is that the local political climate attracts a disproportionate number of professional whiners who always find some slight to piss and moan about. The full time activists are never going to be content with anything, and really don have anything productive to offer, so why even waste time with them?

But the site of the Helios building was the State Health Lab, so it wasn a revenue generator for the city anyway. The tie with BP is the more serious allegation, but BP isn the only company that funds research at Cal. It would be interesting for the Daily Cal to consider the issue more generally. My guess is that, at this point, the university is dependent on corporate funding to fill in gaps in public sector funding. I would say that very few funders public, institutional, or corporate are genuinely neutral, but while a BP may have a more direct interest in certain research outcomes, they may also be funding university research in order to transcend the limitations of their inhouse biases.

So the UC is going to subsidize BP and let it call the shots on direction of research

Sounds like fail, sounds like POTUS (via Chu) turned out to be a big corporate stooge.

Oh wait, his current and immediately prior Chiefs of Staff worked for Citigroup and JP Morgan respectively. His health care bill originated on the Right at the Heritage Foundation and amounts to delivering us all into the hands of an industry with a track record of price gouging, denial of care and all around bad faith dealings while simultaneously increasing in cost at almost double the rate of medicare cost increases.

Did you know that as of yesterday the Mortgage Settlement Task Force does not even have a phone number, an office or any staff? Khuzami heads the SEC after being Deutsche Bank general counsel and he oversaw CDOs. Over at DoJ Holder and his No.2 Breuer used to be partners at the firm which wrote Deca Durabolin C''Est Quoi the legal opinion justifying MERS, the better read as used by the banks to destroy the land title transfer system in the US. (Know what it means to physically possess the note? No? Then I suggest you either find out, or never buy property in this country.)

Obama threw in his lot with criminals, literally the very same people who committed history greatest financial fraud.

The reality is that anyone who agrees to step up into administration, university or political, already understands the unwritten rules: they will help the existing elites lie, cheat, and steal or they will be marginalized.

Chu is one example, Salazar is another: when the Deepwater Horizon burned and sank we found out that Salazar had retained a bunch of people at Interior who were exposed during a sandal in 2006 (coke and sex between regulators and industry execs!). The only way to view Salazar is corrupt or incompetent

UC Berkeley needs to be a betterneighbourand member of the City and apparently world at large. Richard Blum and his cronies of the 1% run UC system like a personal fiefdom. UC Berkeley students faculty and staff bring many benefits to the City but the administration is way outta control. Sure UC is good for City in some respects and bad in others. We need to curtail the bad parts and show the UC some tuff love. And that wont happen until we have stronger leadership in City government that demands true partnership. City hall has become a department of UC planning dept. and it is pathetic

Right you are Stan. Liberal Arts are the problem with UCB and actually universities in general. What we need is corporate privatization of the public sectorentirely so America can finally prosper and realize its destiny of spreading freedomcoloursthroughoutthe cosmos (starting with Mars of course). We need visionary companies like BP to save us from the brink!!! Up computer science and nanotech, the heck withregulationsand oversite, let the market regulate!!! Down with the hippys in Journalism, and the liberal arts! You Stan understand the intricacies and harsh realities "Buy Cheap Jintropin Online" of modern society and deserve credit for your comments. To quote Mitt Romney: NO APOLOGIES! Thank you

Thanks for showing how liberals need to make silly extrapolations to cover up the fact that they are incapable of reason. I never said that liberal arts per se are the problem (not that I would expect someone as dimwitted as you to grasp that subtle point). I was referring to the type of propaganda peddling programs that have co opted legitimate courses of study such as languages and history, and have corrupted others such as journalism. The fact that private benefactors are willing to donate money to certain programs is because they see value in them. The fact that your chosen flavor of basket weaving or grievance studies doesn merit the same type of fiscal attention as chemistry or MCB or comp sci might just be a reflection on how totally useless and inconsequential it is w/r/t the real world.

[What we need is corporate privatization of the public sectorentirely]

Well, if the public sector can manage its own money or balance a budget, maybe letting those who can take charge of some of the more dysfunctional operations and straighten them out wouldn be a bad idea. But then again, that not what bothers you and your ilk. What really gets your goat is that those in the real world with real money refute the assumption of you narcissistic lefties that you provide anything of value in the real world. The scientists, engineers, and tech enterpreneurs bringing new products and ideas into the marketplace have done far more to improve the lives of people all over the world than the motley collection of professional protesters, agitators, and malcontents that have infested Berkeley for the last 4 decades. The real world is giving you the finger you deserve live with it.

While the university does not pay property taxes, its presence is the foundation for most of the business, housing, and individuals that do pay a variety of taxes. Berkeley is a city with a lot of people who are doing well because of the university. A research building will bring in more workers who will spend money and taxes in the city, and likely hardly use any of the resources their taxes will pay for. While we may not be able to tax the university in every way imaginable, we still get a lot of revenue from the new research building.

Actually, the city charges sewer service fees. The new building will pay for these various utilities that are used by the building. So the new workers won poop for free.

And feel free to go to the local business owners and ask them if they would like more workers downtown. Calling it a lunch economy is probably insulting to the small businesses that are running in the area around the university. I guess their success and tax payments don mean much to you or the city? Without the university, Berkeley would look very different, and not in a good way.

If the city settled on the $200K, then they must think that it is getting them the benefit they need. I expect that the secret agreement had both parties looking at the costs and benefits from the university being in the city, and they settled on $200K as getting the city at least to break even.