Detailed images produced by new UC Davis PET scanner
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Detailed images produced by new UC Davis PET scanner

Total body scanner produces 3D videos and images with 40 times more detail Researchers at…

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Cloning Crops
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Cloning Crops

UC Davis researchers find a way to replicate crop plants through seeds Researchers at UC…

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Cancer on a chip
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Cancer on a chip

The George Lab aims to model tumor microenvironments and physiological networks for cancer patients three…

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UC Davis’ first Animal Welfare Judging team successful at contest
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UC Davis’ first Animal Welfare Judging team successful at contest

The team’s process in preparing for the competition After months of reading through articles, touring…

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UC Davis students launch natcar.org
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UC Davis students launch natcar.org

UC Davis students organizing electrical engineering program to make grade school robotics more affordable, accessible.…

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Cancer Treatment Works Better in Obese Patients
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Cancer Treatment Works Better in Obese Patients

  UC Davis Researchers find that a novel cancer treatment is more effective in obese…

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Native American Archeology
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Native American Archeology

Part seven of a continuing series about experiences on an archeological dig in Poland After…

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The medicine of the mind
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The medicine of the mind

Music therapy shown to have benefits for medical patients With the developing progression of music…

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The Bacteria That Could Curb the Rise of Antimicrobial Resistance in Infants
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The Bacteria That Could Curb the Rise of Antimicrobial Resistance in Infants

UC Davis researchers find a link between Bifidobacterium and lower levels of antimicrobial resistant genes…

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Testing the brain to make the grade
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Testing the brain to make the grade

Instead of cramming for exams, taking advantage of the brain’s own memory and attention networks…

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Grave Shadows
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Grave Shadows

Part six of a continuing series about experiences on an archaeological dig in Poland Last…

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The inner workings of SeaDoc Society
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The inner workings of SeaDoc Society

Delving into how the SeaDoc Society strives to help marine mammals As the homes of…

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Mapping Poverty
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Mapping Poverty

Where someone lives and who they live around complete the puzzle of their social and…

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UC Davis Professor Sarah Stewart wins Genius Grant
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UC Davis Professor Sarah Stewart wins Genius Grant

Professor Stewart recognized for contributions to planetary science, including new theory of moon formation. Sarah…

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Handling Human Remains
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Handling Human Remains

Part five of a continuing series about experiences on an archaeological dig in Poland It…

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