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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Call to action: widespread toxic exposures contribute to developmental disorders
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Call to action: widespread toxic exposures contribute to developmental disorders

Scientific, medical experts come together to advocate for action, policy change Significant scientific evidence links…

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Home remodel leads to mummy discovery
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Home remodel leads to mummy discovery

Home remodeling project in San Francisco leads to study of a mummified child In a…

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Synestia: more than a “hot space donut”
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Synestia: more than a “hot space donut”

New planetary object rocks canonical Earth-moon theory The giant-impact hypothesis is the most popular in…

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Increased SJA allegations in Computer Science Department
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Increased SJA allegations in Computer Science Department

Computer Science Department experiences rise in academic dishonesty complaints There has been a remarkable surge…

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Baboons use clues in their social neighborhoods to organize
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Baboons use clues in their social neighborhoods to organize

Simple social rules help predict where wild baboons will position in groups New research on…

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A second wind for desert tortoises
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A second wind for desert tortoises

Design of wind energy facilities impacts predators, prey Although habitat disturbance is hardly ever viewed…

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California salmon threatened by changing climates
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California salmon threatened by changing climates

Population diversity key to salmon resiliency A recent report commissioned by California Trout — a…

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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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