Research disproves gender-biased gamer myth
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Research disproves gender-biased gamer myth

UC Davis professor Cindy Shen disproves gender bias myth in videogames With a research-backed coup…

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The future of STEM is female
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The future of STEM is female

UC Davis hosts C-STEM GIRL Camp, teaches young girls programming, robotics, leadership skills The UC…

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World’s largest autism study seeks effective diagnosis, treatment plan
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World’s largest autism study seeks effective diagnosis, treatment plan

The Autism Phenome Project at the UC Davis MIND Institute studies the biological phenotypes of…

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Farming the bacteria inside us
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Farming the bacteria inside us

UC Davis researchers target carbohydrates to promote microbiota growth Microorganisms inside the body outnumber our…

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Community-based interventions, economic incentives may help curb obesity
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Community-based interventions, economic incentives may help curb obesity

UC Davis researchers study benefits of community education, focusing on nutrition and physical activity  At…

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Ongoing battle Arboretum algae to end soon
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Ongoing battle Arboretum algae to end soon

Three phase renovation project plans to rid the waterway of algae and duckweed. The UC…

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Davis moves toward zero net energy, total carbon neutrality
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Davis moves toward zero net energy, total carbon neutrality

Campus acts upon energy efficiency and emission goals with help of students, classroom monitoring devices…

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UC Davis Hosts Zika Symposium
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UC Davis Hosts Zika Symposium

International scientists, health professionals gather to discuss virus The World Health Organization (WHO) declared the…

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Primate vocalization research shows promise in tracking, conservation
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Primate vocalization research shows promise in tracking, conservation

UC Davis predoctoral anthropology student studies bioacoustics of Bornean gibbons In the Malaysian jungle, the…

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School health officials push for UC Davis students to take vaccines more  seriously
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School health officials push for UC Davis students to take vaccines more seriously

Many students do not realize that a bad case of measles can cause pneumonia, brain…

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This Week In Science
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This Week In Science

Pot has new potential A recent study has found a new potential use for marijuana…

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Study finds novel relationship between blood brain barrier, stroke
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Study finds novel relationship between blood brain barrier, stroke

Stroke is the fourth leading cause of death in the United States. Fortunately, a recent…

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Tech Tip: Protect yourself with Watch Over Me
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Tech Tip: Protect yourself with Watch Over Me

As college students, we often take safety for granted, especially in familiar settings. Inspired by…

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Tech Tip: Work it with Sworkit
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Tech Tip: Work it with Sworkit

As college students, our lives are filled with multiple commitments, ranging from academic to extracurricular…

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This Week in Science (5/16/14-5/21/14)
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This Week in Science (5/16/14-5/21/14)

Custom fit hip surgery Researchers from the University of Southampton, England for the first time…

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