Scientists help paraplegic patients move again through manipulation of the brain
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Scientists help paraplegic patients move again through manipulation of the brain

Robotic limbs powered by mind yield unexpected results, movement, control restored in patients’ bodies A…

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Human gastric simulator is developed at UC Davis
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Human gastric simulator is developed at UC Davis

New model helps to develop foods with customizable digestive qualities Digestion is the process that…

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Fingerprint recognition on smartphones unsafe and hackable
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Fingerprint recognition on smartphones unsafe and hackable

New ultrasonic technology to change personal information security Smartphones, tablets and laptops have become so…

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Under pressure
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Under pressure

Woodland tech startup works on developing world’s most sensitive pressure sensor TacSense, Inc., a Woodland…

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Neanderthal genes survive in modern humans
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Neanderthal genes survive in modern humans

UC Davis researchers believe population size has driven natural selection in neanderthal, human hybrids Nearly…

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Nationwide opioid epidemic hits UC Davis
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Nationwide opioid epidemic hits UC Davis

Misuse of prescription opioids causes high mortality rates across the nation At least half of…

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New violent collision theory on the creation of the moon
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New violent collision theory on the creation of the moon

UC Davis professor coins new theory that answers questions about the moon The textbook story…

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McClellan Nuclear Research Center: energizing neutrons and minds
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McClellan Nuclear Research Center: energizing neutrons and minds

UC Davis Nuclear Research Center provides undergraduates, researchers unparalleled opportunity With enthusiasm radiating across the…

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The UC Davis Botanical Conservatory
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The UC Davis Botanical Conservatory

3,000+ plant species right under your nose The UC Davis Botanical Conservatory can be seen…

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Bats found on UC Davis campus may be ill, not tired
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Bats found on UC Davis campus may be ill, not tired

Bats testing positive for rabies raise concerns among Yolo County residents An Aggie Alert issued…

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The truth about kava
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The truth about kava

Linking environmental toxicants and human health
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Linking environmental toxicants and human health

Multi-disciplinary studies aim to to reduce environment-related diseases, produce the next generation of environmental health…

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A summer in Cambodia
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A summer in Cambodia

UC Davis students spend summer abroad working to improve sanitation in Cambodian floating communities Joanne…

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Relationship science class to be offered winter quarter
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Relationship science class to be offered winter quarter

New course focuses on romantic relationships “Why won’t any of my relationships last?” Students at…

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UC Davis Veterinary School holds monthly free pet clinic
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UC Davis Veterinary School holds monthly free pet clinic

One clinic helps veterinary students, undergraduates, a small community Knights Landing is a small community…

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