UC San Francisco
October 26, 2015
Representing a new era in patient care, the campus is introducing UCSF Health, which expands delivery of innovative, high-quality and high-value care to people throughout the region.
In the News
November 20, 2015
These five tips from scientists will help you in the kitchen this holiday season.
San Diego Union-Tribune
November 17, 2015
A Q&A with UC San Diego researcher Jennifer Burney.
New America Media
November 17, 2015
Napolitano: seeking to debunk 'incorrect assumptions' that discourage many students of color from applying.
- Mars will lose its largest moon, but gain a ring
- UCLA nanoscientists develop safer, faster way to remove pollutants from water
- UC scientists create malaria-blocking mosquitoes
- 24 UC researchers named AAAS fellows
- UC to dramatically boost California student enrollment
- Regents streamline UC Health oversight
- Board of Regents approves UC Merced expansion plan
- UC joins campuses across the country on White House Climate Pledge
- Faculty honored for contributions to UC initiatives
- Pastured Poultry Farm to explore solutions for small chicken farms
- Food, ag and health summit to feature app hackathon
- An easy pill to swallow
- Innovative glasses let colorblind see what they’ve been missing
- When it comes to breast cancer, common pigeon is no bird brain
- UC tests ways to support year-round study
- Forecast: cloudy
- Working up a sweat may protect against lethal prostate cancer
- Celebrating World Toilet Day, reinventing sanitation
- More women CEOs but executive suite's still a male bastion
- $177M gift will found Global Brain Health Institute to fight dementia
November 24, 2015
The all-day competition will culminate in a fast-pitch event to be emceed by University of California President Janet Napolitano.
November 19, 2015
The plan will boost enrollment of in-state undergraduates by 10,000 over the next three years, including 5,000 freshmen and transfer students in 2016-17.
November 5, 2015
Leadership comments on incident at UC Merced.
November 2, 2015
UC provides the U.S. Supreme Court with data on its own efforts to promote diversity in a court brief that supports the University of Texas.
Renowned atmospheric scientist V. Ramanathan of UC San Diego's Scripps Institution of Oceanography explains how the state of California and the UC system together can lead the charge through the Carbon Neutrality Initiative and ‘bend the curve’ in global warming.
By revealing the complex science behind plant growth, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory researchers hope to replace food deserts — low-income urban areas that lack access to affordable, fresh food — with options to purchase local, sustainably produced vegetables at or below conventional market prices, grown using drastically less water and fertilizer than conventional agriculture. Read more
Since arriving at UC Berkeley to lecture at the Berkeley Food Institute, food journalist, author and former New York Times columnist Mark Bittman zig-zagged around California to meet UC experts involved in everything from climate change to restaurant labor rights. Now Bittman plans to stay a bit longer. But will he finally sneak in a Meyer lemon recipe?
Mark Bittman meets with UC Berkeley's Jennifer Sowerwine, who studies the cultural and ethnic dimensions of food security among Hmong farmers in the Central Valley. Together, they discuss the challenges facing these micro-farmers, and pick up produce at a Hmong stall at the Berkeley Farmers Market.