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New York Times
July 24, 2015
A prodigy grows up to become one of the greatest mathematicians in the world.
July 23, 2015
One of the first things President Napolitano did in office was launch an ambitious, timely project called the Global Food Initiative, aiming to "sustainably and nutritiously feed a world population expected to reach 8 billion by 2025." Its success may be Napolitano's legacy as UC president.
July 21, 2015
The UC system is a public-university powerhouse, according to a new list from the Center for World University Rankings. Of the top 10 best public universities in the country, UC contributes four.
- Q&A: Lucia Kaiser and Dorina Espinoza, nutrition researchers and educators
- Study may show way to predict autism or psychosis in children with genetic disorder
- University of California campuses dominate global rankings
- UC Santa Barbara is West Coast hub for photonics institute
- Almonds contribute little to carbon emissions, study finds
- Rice disease-resistance discovery closes loop for scientific integrity
- Drought, climate change fuel high-elevation California fires
- Curb the algae to keep Tahoe blue
- THOR kicks to the top of robot soccer
- Soybean oil may be more fattening than fructose or coconut oil
- Napolitano: Preserving the environment ‘a moral imperative’
- New support for human genome variation project
- Santa Barbara energy expert named 2015 Sustainability Champion
- Half of new UC students are first-generation college students
- Genome analysis pinpoints arrival, spread of first Americans
- Make it rain: Check out augmented reality teaching sandbox
- UC medical centers among nation's best
- Regents to discuss UC Health governance
- Declawing the ‘tiger mom’
- Gift funds new chair in water resources and food sustainability
July 23, 2015
Measures are designed to ensure consistent response systemwide.
July 22, 2015
Wage increase will be phased in over three years; contracting policies also set to change.
July 17, 2015
No evidence of individuals' personal or medical information accessed in attack on UCLA Health.
July 10, 2015
Humiston has 25 years of experience working on agriculture, natural resources, sustainability, and economic development in rural communities.
Head out with Mark Bittman as he braves the elements and cruises along the waters off Marshall, Calif. UC Davis researchers are helping local food producers like Hog Island Oyster Farm monitor the effects of ocean acidification on the marine ecosystem.
Take a tour with Mark Bittman through the history of Chinese-American cuisine with his guide, UC Irvine's Yong Chen, author of "Chop Suey, USA: The Story of Chinese Food in America."
Want to be a top-notch chef? Make sure you use a thermometer. It ensures well-cooked, and safe, food, says Christine Bruhn, a UC Cooperative Extension specialist emerita.
Fire ecologist spells out what could be ahead for the Southland in this fourth year of severe drought. (Image courtesy of Cal Fire)