Energy efficient lighting technology licensed
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Energy efficient lighting technology licensed

UC Davis is harvesting more than just vegetables this spring. The California Lighting Technology Center (CLTC) has recently licensed the commercialization of several inventions that work to reduce…

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UC Davis students elected to be delegates at Democratic National Convention
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UC Davis students elected to be delegates at Democratic National Convention

In a primary full of twists, turns and uncertainties, two UC Davis students could play a critical role in determining the outcome. An Apr. 13 caucus of Democratic…

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Cancer survivor panel to be held tonight
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Cancer survivor panel to be held tonight

The Cancer Survivors Network and UC Davis Colleges Against Cancer will hold the first cancer survivors panel in 194 Chemistry from 7 to 9 p.m. There will be…

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Campus Judicial Report
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Campus Judicial Report

Plagiarism A student of senior standing was referred to Student Judicial Affairs for failing to cite sources properly for a take-home final exam. The student included information from…

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Anthropology professor awarded Guggenheim Fellowship
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Anthropology professor awarded Guggenheim Fellowship

The John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation awarded $8.2 million in fellowships last week to 190 artists, scholars and scientists in the United States and Canada. Out of more…

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UCD student offered scholarship to unique program
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UCD student offered scholarship to unique program

UC Davis graduate student Benjamin Hanken was one of the 25 students chosen from across the nation to participate in the first annual student program at the Idaho…

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Vandals destroy Education Abroad Center’s parade float
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Vandals destroy Education Abroad Center’s parade float

With Picnic Day Parade just a few days away, staff members at the Education Abroad Center are making final preparations for their group's float. But they will have…

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Rail Jam postponed until January 2009
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Rail Jam postponed until January 2009

Wednesday's Rail Jam event, hosted by ASUCD and the Ski or Snowboard Club (SOS), has been postponed due to a breached agreement between the Rail Jam promotion company…

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ASUCD Senate Briefs
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ASUCD Senate Briefs

ASUCD Senate meetings are scheduled to begin Thursdays at 6:10 p.m. Times listed are according to the clock at the Apr. 10 meeting location, the Memorial Union's Mee…

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UC Scoop
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UC Scoop

Archaeologists work to uncover peace Efforts by Ran Boytner, an archaeologist at UCLA, and Swartz Dodd, an archaeologist at USC, could aid the peace process in the Middle…

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Students of Diverse Affiliations to sponsor anti-bias training
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Students of Diverse Affiliations to sponsor anti-bias training

In an effort to address campus cultural barriers, the Students of Diverse Affiliations are sponsoring anti-bias training in an all-day event Saturday titled "Lost in Colors." The event…

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Five-year study confirms older cornea tissue acceptable for transplant
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Five-year study confirms older cornea tissue acceptable for transplant

Patients undergoing cornea transplant surgery can now have confidence in using cornea tissue from donors over 75 years of age, thanks to a recent study published by UC…

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Correction
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Correction

In the Apr. 10 issue of The California Aggie, the article “Decline in African American and Hispanic graduation rates” incorrectly states that the number of graduating African Americans…

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Dr. Jane Goodall gives lecture at UC Davis
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Dr. Jane Goodall gives lecture at UC Davis

World-renowned primate researcher and conservationist Dr. Jane Goodall came to UC Davis Wednesday evening to melt the ice around the human heart. For nearly two hours, Goodall spoke…

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UC Davis researchers find grape rootstocks resistant to vineyard pests
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UC Davis researchers find grape rootstocks resistant to vineyard pests

After over a decade of research, UC Davis scientists have found five strains of grape rootstocks resistant to several strains of soil-born pests in California vineyards. The rootstocks…

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