Immigrants held in ICE detention centers face higher risks of complications due to COVID-19 infection
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Immigrants held in ICE detention centers face higher risks of complications due to COVID-19 infection

Of the 529 individuals detained by ICE that participated in the study, 42.5% had at…

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UC Davis veterinary team evaluates mass near kangaroo’s heart
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UC Davis veterinary team evaluates mass near kangaroo’s heart

Female kangaroo Brodie undergoes her annual evaluation conducted by the veterinarian team in collaboration with…

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UC Davis alumni find high levels of plastic ingestion in Arboretum turtles
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UC Davis alumni find high levels of plastic ingestion in Arboretum turtles

While plastic ingestion has been well documented in sea turtle populations, this study is the…

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UC Davis Department of Nutrition collaborates with Kenyan Medical Research Institute in study connecting iron deficiency and malaria
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Escape room-style simulation for pediatric intensive care unit nurses presents a fun, innovative approach to learning
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Escape room-style simulation for pediatric intensive care unit nurses presents a fun, innovative approach to learning

The Center for Simulation and Education Enhancement helps design engaging learning environments despite the barriers…

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UC Davis Medical Center launches stem cell clinical trial for spina bifida treatment
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UC Davis Medical Center launches stem cell clinical trial for spina bifida treatment

Fetal Surgery Department and researchers collaborate to combine surgery and placental stem cell therapy A…

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Efforts of Black Child Legacy Campaign help reduce African American child mortality rates in Sacramento
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Efforts of Black Child Legacy Campaign help reduce African American child mortality rates in Sacramento

UC Davis and Sacramento State researchers bring to light the historically rooted disparities in Sacramento…

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The rise of telehealth and its impacts on the healthcare industry
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The rise of telehealth and its impacts on the healthcare industry

Healthcare practitioners share their thoughts on the explosion of telehealth services during the COVID-19 pandemic…

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NASA teams up with UC Davis to land the Perseverance rover on Mars
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NASA teams up with UC Davis to land the Perseverance rover on Mars

Faculty at the McClellan Nuclear Research Center conducted neutron imaging on certain components of the…

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Texas power outages shed light on the importance of reliable power grids
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Texas power outages shed light on the importance of reliable power grids

Extreme cold weather conditions caused failure of power plants, leaving Texans without electricity The devastating…

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Researchers develop new standard of care to treat rare papillary kidney cancer
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Researchers develop new standard of care to treat rare papillary kidney cancer

Cabozantinib, a new cancer treatment, leads to prolonged progression-free survival and better responses from patients…

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UC Davis Neurological Surgery faculty member awarded for research on decision-making
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UC Davis Neurological Surgery faculty member awarded for research on decision-making

A recipient of the Edwin Boldrey Award, Dr. Ignacio Saez, is recognized by the San…

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COVID-19 Statewide Agriculture and Farmworker Education Program strives to protect and educate the agricultural community during the pandemic
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COVID-19 Statewide Agriculture and Farmworker Education Program strives to protect and educate the agricultural community during the pandemic

Network of agricultural organizations works toward reducing the risk farmworkers have of contracting COVID-19 While…

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Social media contributes to the spread of misinformation about vaccinations, but can be a powerful tool when used responsibly
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Social media contributes to the spread of misinformation about vaccinations, but can be a powerful tool when used responsibly

Organized anti-vaccine groups are deliberately spreading misinformation, and social media companies are doing little to…

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UC Davis Strawberry Breeding Program releases latest strawberry varieties: UCD Finn and UCD Mojo
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UC Davis Strawberry Breeding Program releases latest strawberry varieties: UCD Finn and UCD Mojo

The program contributes to California’s agriculture industry by crossing and releasing new strawberry varieties every…

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