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Print it with Flag

Living the college lifestyle often means having to learn to carefully budget your expenses. College…

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World’s most advanced instrument for imaging plants turns skyward
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World’s most advanced instrument for imaging plants turns skyward

The search for planets outside our solar system is an underreported but active field. Dozens…

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UC Davis study finds little difference in efficacy of donor tissue based on age
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UC Davis study finds little difference in efficacy of donor tissue based on age

Much like other parts of the body, parts of the eye can be transplanted. Unfortunately,…

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Circadian rhythm dictated by dietary pattern
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Circadian rhythm dictated by dietary pattern

Researchers at the University of California, Irvine have revealed a fascinating connection between cellular metabolism…

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Gratefulness leads to happiness
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Gratefulness leads to happiness

When it comes to gratefulness and positive thinking, not much research is available on children…

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How helmets help
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How helmets help

Warping can compress big data
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Warping can compress big data

UCLA researchers in the Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science have created a…

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This Week in Science: 1/13 – 1/21
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This Week in Science: 1/13 – 1/21

Our hands wrinkle for no real reason Research conducted by Gary Lewin at the Max…

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QuizUp hits campus
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QuizUp hits campus

A new trivia game called QuizUp has surfaced on the iOS platform and since its…

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Watch and learn (the night sky)
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Watch and learn (the night sky)

The Quadrantids meteor shower opened the new year with its annual display of ice and…

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High cholesterol is not only bad for heart, study finds
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High cholesterol is not only bad for heart, study finds

In a recent study conducted at the UC Davis Alzheimer’s Disease Center, a team of…

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Professor Profile: Dr. Bryan Enderle
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Professor Profile: Dr. Bryan Enderle

Basic chemistry is the undisputable right of passage for each young science major at the…

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This Week in Science: 11/25 -12/01
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This Week in Science: 11/25 -12/01

Supercomputers and Humanoids With the help of quantum mechanics and supercomputers, scientists are now able…

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Turning photography around, 360 degrees
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Turning photography around, 360 degrees

For those who love taking panoramic pictures and capturing a larger perspective of their special…

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West Village energy: Close enough
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West Village energy: Close enough

UC Davis’ West Village opened two years ago, boasting to be the largest zero-net energy…

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