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Researchers tested 24 commercial diets for mercury and methylmercury.
The campus boasts three new alumni winners and several other finalists and contributors.
Researchers determine the extent to which plastic contributes to climate change. It's a lot.
Rates of worry have doubled since 2008, researchers find.
The median state would save an estimated $25M in Medicaid expenditures, says UCSF research.
UC agricultural and marine scientists fight one of the state's biggest sources of methane: cow burps.
Researchers found graphic news exposure can fuel anxiety while promoting more media consumption.
Jeffrey Stewart and Darrin Bell earn one of the nation's highest honors in journalism, literature and music.
Advance notice of heat waves could help protect the agricultural riches of the Central Valley.
American Book Award-winning author Laila Lalami examines contemporary life in her new book “The Other Americans.”
Researchers design a first-of-its-kind nanogenerator that makes electricity in remote areas.
Family bias can explain a non-trivial part of the observed gender disparities in math performance.
States should reform their regulations to allow nurse practitioners to address the opioid crisis, researchers say.
Sivanto poses a range of threats to honeybees, depending on seasonality, bee age and use with common chemicals.
Children who live near major roads are at higher risk for developmental delays because of traffic-related pollutants.
The University of California has entered into an open access agreement with Cambridge University Press.
A first-gen student who grew up in Saudi Arabia, Fatemah Alharbi followed an unexpected path to becoming a white hat hacker.
The wait is over. Now for some of our fave celebrations.
U.S. Immigration Policy Center at UC San Diego aims to bring data-driven research to decision makers, media and the public.