Rising prevalence of Autism in U.S. linked to environmental factors
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Rising prevalence of Autism in U.S. linked to environmental factors

UC Davis Center for Children’s Environmental Health and Disease, researches impact of genes, environment on…

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Recently discovered pancreatic cell could serve as new insulin source
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Recently discovered pancreatic cell could serve as new insulin source

Research could lead to cure of both type I, type II diabetes An estimated 29…

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Service dogs play increasingly important role in mental health
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Service dogs play increasingly important role in mental health

Dogs specially trained for people with psychiatric needs Service dogs are being used to an…

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Early ozone exposure may lead to lung disease in adulthood
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Early ozone exposure may lead to lung disease in adulthood

Study looks at lung remodeling in response to ozone exposure Air quality in California is…

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Less blood results in more benefits for burn patients
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Less blood results in more benefits for burn patients

UC Davis researchers discover less blood more beneficial for blood transfusions in burn patients Less…

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Introns are “in” right now
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Introns are “in” right now

UC Davis scientists discover expanded role of introns Dr. Alan Rose of the College of…

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MRIs successful without sedation in children with autism
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MRIs successful without sedation in children with autism

Applied behavioral analysis eliminates need for sedation in high quality brain scans, advances understanding of…

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New galaxy an astronomical discovery
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New galaxy an astronomical discovery

Astronomers led by UC Davis graduate student discover faint, distant galaxy A team of ambitious…

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Not your typical mouse
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Not your typical mouse

UC Davis Robotics Team prepares for upcoming Micromouse competition Psychologists once dropped mice in small…

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UC Davis Body Donation Program as an educational resource
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UC Davis Body Donation Program as an educational resource

Program offers academic means for medical students, support for mourning families Although many people traditionally…

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UC Davis Grad Slam competition features graduate research
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UC Davis Grad Slam competition features graduate research

Fourth-year doctoral student Sam Westreich to represent UC Davis in final round UC Davis hosted…

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Mind games: Using videogames to address depression
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Mind games: Using videogames to address depression

Interactive game designed to engage people with depression Flashing screens and the soft glow of…

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Past romantic partners may have more than one thing in common
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Past romantic partners may have more than one thing in common

UC Davis study reveals that romantic exes have matching physical, personality-based attributes Ever had a…

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Pattern of tiny black holes enables fastest data conversion reported for a photodetector
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Pattern of tiny black holes enables fastest data conversion reported for a photodetector

Innovative silicon wafer technology serves as game-changer for high speed connections at data centers The…

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Academy Day prompts discussion between researchers and community
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Academy Day prompts discussion between researchers and community

UC Davis Environmental Health Science Center hosts collaboration event to examine water safety, toxicity in…

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