Flies, Traumatic Brain Injury and the Tau Protein
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Flies, Traumatic Brain Injury and the Tau Protein

UC Davis assistant professor awarded prestigious grant to study tau protein in TBI Kassandra Ori-McKenney,…

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A case of sex and deception
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A case of sex and deception

Parasitic blister beetle larvae exploit the sex pheromones of their host bee species and reap…

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Food waste good enough to eat
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Food waste good enough to eat

A UC Davis project is turning food that would normally be thrown away into more…

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What do professors do during summertime?
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What do professors do during summertime?

Summers are spent working, traveling, giving back to the community Summer in Davis can be…

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How to find second-year housing
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How to find second-year housing

Be prepared and know your resources when apartment-hunting Transitioning to off-campus housing after a year…

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No car, no problem
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No car, no problem

Davis offers multiple modes of transport for a variety of needs What separates Davis from…

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Fish keep friends close, anemones closer
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Fish keep friends close, anemones closer

Where and when animals eat food is dependent on those around them Animals are socially…

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Interdisciplinary Environmental Justice Symposium
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Interdisciplinary Environmental Justice Symposium

IEJS brings students, professionals together to get involved in environmental justice activities The Interdisciplinary Environmental…

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Sequencing life on Earth
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Sequencing life on Earth

The Earth BioGenome Project will sequence the genome of all eukaryotic species on Earth Fifteen…

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The dubious case of love at first sight
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The dubious case of love at first sight

UC Davis study shows long-term and short-term relationships are not differentiable The old adage “love…

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Seaweed may help reduce dairy cattle methane emissions
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Seaweed may help reduce dairy cattle methane emissions

First animal trials connect bovine seaweed consumption to lower enteric methane emissions California’s Senate Bill…

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Cormorants as Climate Change Model
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Cormorants as Climate Change Model

UC Davis study shows potential responses of long-lived seabirds to changing ENSO frequency Brandt’s cormorants…

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Vasopressin concentrations in the brain become new biomarker for autism
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Vasopressin concentrations in the brain become new biomarker for autism

New research gives new hope to a treatment for ASD According to the Center for…

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Closer look at gun fatalities
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Closer look at gun fatalities

UC Davis study demonstrates importance of within-state variation In 2016, California had one of the…

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Coffee Culture Among Colleagues
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Coffee Culture Among Colleagues

UC Davis researchers find that coffee aids group discussion From its origins in Ethiopia to…

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