UC Davis researchers study viability of drug used to treat President Trump
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UC Davis researchers study viability of drug used to treat President Trump

 Trump’s tweets show how media consumption affects our understanding of COVID-19  After being treated at…

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All there is to know about facemasks
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All there is to know about facemasks

Experts compare the efficacy of different masks in blocking particles Although wearing masks in public…

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UC Davis Health participates in research consortium to answer COVID-19 questions
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UC Davis Health participates in research consortium to answer COVID-19 questions

Teams of researchers from 12 health systems, 202 hospitals, use novel data collection methods to…

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Women leading COVID-19 research at UC Davis: Cristina Davis, professor and department chair of mechanical and aerospace engineering
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How to approach flu season during a pandemic
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How to approach flu season during a pandemic

Health experts give advice on how to mitigate the effects of influenza and COVID-19 Several…

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Unhealthy air conditions due to wildfires may cause long-term health effects
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Unhealthy air conditions due to wildfires may cause long-term health effects

Climate crisis induces hazardous air quality across California As wildfires ravage California, decimating homes and…

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After fires tore through Big Basin State Park, some coast redwoods remained, resilient and durable as ever
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After fires tore through Big Basin State Park, some coast redwoods remained, resilient and durable as ever

Physical features like thick bark, tall crowns helped redwoods survive fire in California’s oldest state…

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Women leading COVID-19 research at UC Davis: Clare Cannon, assistant professor in the department of human ecology
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Women leading COVID-19 research at UC Davis: Clare Cannon, assistant professor in the department of human ecology

In an effort to showcase the work of UC Davis’ researchers, The California Aggie will…

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Women leading COVID-19 research at UC Davis: JoAnn Yee, manager of the Primate Assay Laboratory
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Women leading COVID-19 research at UC Davis: JoAnn Yee, manager of the Primate Assay Laboratory

In an effort to showcase the work of UC Davis’ researchers, The California Aggie will…

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Dry conditions linked to climate change contributed to wildfire spread in Northern California
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Dry conditions linked to climate change contributed to wildfire spread in Northern California

Frequency of lightning, lack of precipitation are other factors that helped ignite some of the…

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UC Davis clinicians and engineers collaborate to develop low-cost portable ventilator
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UC Davis clinicians and engineers collaborate to develop low-cost portable ventilator

 Ventilator created with goal of 80% functionality for 10% of cost compared to commercially available…

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UC Davis nursing professor named as fellow in American Medical Informatics Association
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UC Davis nursing professor named as fellow in American Medical Informatics Association

Katherine Kim regarded as “pioneer” in field of medical informatics Katherine Kim, an assistant professor…

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Lee School Prize Competition to reward entrepreneurs for ideas combatting COVID-19 impacts on hospitality, travel, entertainment industries
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Lee School Prize Competition to reward entrepreneurs for ideas combatting COVID-19 impacts on hospitality, travel, entertainment industries

Highlighting innovation, entrepreneurship during a pandemic Commercialization of innovation has become more and more relevant…

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UC Davis students develop diagnostic method for stroke patients
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UC Davis students develop diagnostic method for stroke patients

Big Bang! Business Competition encourages intersection of innovation, entrepreneurship   Despite unprecedented circumstances due to the…

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Traffic, emissions, fuel-tax revenues decline due to shelter-in-place guidelines
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Traffic, emissions, fuel-tax revenues decline due to shelter-in-place guidelines

Social distancing mitigations put U.S. on track to meet goals of Paris Climate Accord As…

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