In the News

  • Why dogs look like their owners

    Fast Company

    The resemblance truly exists, according to science. The question then becomes why. A UC San Diego social psychologist has a theory.

  • Mark Bittman, UC Berkeley team up to cover California agriculture

    KQED Forum

    New York Times columnist Mark Bittman, a visiting fellow at UC Berkeley's Food Institute, discusses his upcoming California Matters video series with UC exploring food-related research.

  • Beating the heat


    Climate change is igniting a revolution in winemaking, and UC Davis' Andrew Walker is leading the charge.

Press Releases


  • Robert Reich and Joseph Stiglitz

    Stiglitz and Reich on the Great Divide

    Economist Joseph Stiglitz and former Labor Secretary Robert Reich reminisce about their days in the Clinton Administration. Get a dose of humor along with a lesson on the politics of income inequality across America.

  • UC Merced: Feeding the campus and community

    UC Merced’s Food Pantry — a collaboration between the campus, Merced County Food Bank and USDA — provides food staples for qualified students, employees and community members in need of assistance.

  • Green Monster helps kids eat healthier

    UC Cooperative Extension nutrition educator Marc Sanchez, aka the 'Green Monster,' is helping elementary school kids overcome one of their perennial fears: eating their vegetables.

  • UC Davis student chefs compete

    UC Davis student chefs vie to put their dishes on the menu of UC Davis dining halls. It's among campus efforts to help students prepare to cook nutritious meals when they move out of residence halls.

Science Today

  • Degrees of freedom

    What does it mean to be free? Why is freedom important? How does freedom in moral and political life relate to freedom in the physical world? Join six of UC San Diego's scholars as they explore the degrees of freedom.

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