Does oxytocin amplify your social experience?
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Does oxytocin amplify your social experience?

UC Davis researchers explore the effects of the hormone oxytocin on social interaction Upon extensive…

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Early earthquake warnings can help protect Californians
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Early earthquake warnings can help protect Californians

More comprehensive early earthquake warning systems exist in nations like Mexico and Japan In September…

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UC Davis awarded $1.6 million to study water in Central Valley
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UC Davis awarded $1.6 million to study water in Central Valley

Researchers launch water management project in disadvantaged communities UC Davis was awarded $1.6 million by…

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Every college student’s dream: healthy instant ramen
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Every college student’s dream: healthy instant ramen

UC Davis alumni create Smart Ramen, a nutritional instant noodle meal Instant ramen is a…

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Ketogenic Diet Increases Life Longevity
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Ketogenic Diet Increases Life Longevity

Study at UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine finds ketogenic diet increases life expectancy A…

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Are you looking for something to do related to your STEM major?
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Are you looking for something to do related to your STEM major?

STEM clubs provide opportunity to get academic guidance and socialize The beginning of the new…

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Green Infrastructure Projects Will Help Reduce Risks of Urban Flooding
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Green Infrastructure Projects Will Help Reduce Risks of Urban Flooding

New book by UC Davis and UCSB scientists highlights investments California has made to help…

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New high frequency electrical chip surpasses current technologies’ speeds
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New high frequency electrical chip surpasses current technologies’ speeds

Researchers successfully create chip that may pave way for next generation technology A high frequency…

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UC Davis MIND Institute receives ACE Grant
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UC Davis MIND Institute receives ACE Grant

MIND Institute awarded $12 million over 5 years to fund autism research The UC Davis…

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Guest: The tech industry needs to be more welcoming to women
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Guest: The tech industry needs to be more welcoming to women

How the gender imbalance in tech hurts women and innovation As a woman, I’ve met…

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First step to recognizing pain in horses
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First step to recognizing pain in horses

Researchers aren’t horsing around with program to detect equine facial keypoints As technology advances to…

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Magma reservoirs more similar to snow cone than vat of boiling lava
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Magma reservoirs more similar to snow cone than vat of boiling lava

New tools allow for accurate analyses of subsurface systems Kari Cooper, a professor in the…

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What they don’t tell us: the complexities of pig behavior
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What they don’t tell us: the complexities of pig behavior

UC Davis researcher studies ways to improve pig welfare through personality typing Kristina Horback, an…

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Bacteria and Yeast Diversity in Flower Nectar Can Increase with Greater Dispersal
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Bacteria and Yeast Diversity in Flower Nectar Can Increase with Greater Dispersal

Research from UC Davis scientist challenges a traditional ecology theory A recent study published in…

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New strains of mosquitoes to fight malaria in Africa
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New strains of mosquitoes to fight malaria in Africa

Scientists hope to control spread of illness with genetically modified mosquitoes resistant to malaria parasite,…

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