Interdisciplinary endeavors of feminist research
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Interdisciplinary endeavors of feminist research

UC Davis Feminist Research Institute calls for seed grant proposals The Feminist Research Institute defines…

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Set in Stone
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Set in Stone

UC Davis study shows bedrock is major nitrogen source for terrestrial ecosystems The atmosphere has…

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Connected horses connecting people
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Connected horses connecting people

Connected Horse Project works to help dementia patients, caregivers Dementia affects about 50 million people…

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Floating islands in Arboretum for cleaner waters
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Floating islands in Arboretum for cleaner waters

Waterway project is seeking to enhance Arboretum through creative means in phase four A project…

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New flights for old feathers
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New flights for old feathers

Raptor center cured, released red-tailed hawk whose feathers were broken When a red-tailed hawk with…

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Invisible Life of HIV Made Visible
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Invisible Life of HIV Made Visible

UC Davis researchers discover how to disrupt HIV latency By lying dormant, HIV can dodge…

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A rush of blood to the mini-brain
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A rush of blood to the mini-brain

Blood vessels connecting to whole-brain organoids can further develop study of brain, vessel diseases Researchers…

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The early bird may be too late for the worm
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The early bird may be too late for the worm

Trends show spring starting earlier at higher latitudes Having spring start early may sound pleasant,…

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Resilience Underground
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Resilience Underground

Curious behavior of native wildflowers during California’s most recent drought Initially, wildflowers appeared to be…

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Using gravity to see stars further through space, time
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Using gravity to see stars further through space, time

Distant stars come into focus when light bends around massive galaxies Astronomers have imaged the…

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How one bacterium could fight mosquito-borne diseases
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How one bacterium could fight mosquito-borne diseases

Certain wolbachia strains could spread rapidly through mosquito populations, block transmittance of viruses to humans,…

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What Cave Art Has to Say About Human Evolution
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What Cave Art Has to Say About Human Evolution

UC Davis study looks at human evolution through drawing ability Neanderthals, unlike modern humans, have…

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Birds Bounce Back in Putah Creek
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Birds Bounce Back in Putah Creek

Habitat restoration improved populations of 27 out of 41 bird species since 1999 The Putah…

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Herbarium exhibits plant species significant to Hmong people
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Herbarium exhibits plant species significant to Hmong people

Exhibit shows scientific and cultural roots of plants used by Hmong people In January, the…

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Can Diet Diminish Climate Change? See Video.
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Can Diet Diminish Climate Change? See Video.

UC Climate Video Questioned by UC Researchers According to a video called “The diet that…

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