From Farm to Lab
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From Farm to Lab

UC Davis students work alongside Knights Landing Community members to address health concerns step-by-step Often…

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The growing potential for moringa
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The growing potential for moringa

Recent efforts strive to research moringa’s benefits and spread awareness within the U.S. Although predominantly…

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The Skinny Tea Trend
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The Skinny Tea Trend

How the rise of skinny tea on social media affects real-world perceptions Social media has…

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Not so primitive
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Not so primitive

Part four of a continuing series about experiences on an archaeological dig in Poland Have…

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Addressing population factors contributing to liver, colon cancers
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Addressing population factors contributing to liver, colon cancers

The UC Davis Department of Internal Medicine dedicates day to liver, colon cancer awareness The…

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UC Davis researchers win grant to study DNA-based computer memory
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UC Davis researchers win grant to study DNA-based computer memory

The research team plans to use the electrical properties of DNA to store data Over…

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Giving coral reefs a second chance
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Giving coral reefs a second chance

UC Davis study demonstrates success in rehabilitating damaged coral reefs With the help of collaborative…

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How to train your donkey
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How to train your donkey

UC Davis sparks a global discussion to improve the quality of life and social status…

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Flocking Isn’t Just For Birds
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Flocking Isn’t Just For Birds

UC Davis professor conducts research on how people are driven to flock There’s an assumption…

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Two Cemeteries
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Two Cemeteries

Part four of a continuing series about experiences on an archeological dig in Poland Backpacks…

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Sierra Leone Bats Host Ebola Virus
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Sierra Leone Bats Host Ebola Virus

Researchers discover new strain of virus in free-tailed bats in Sierra Leone A new Ebola…

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Shaping your bones
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Shaping your bones

Part three of a continuing series about experiences on an archeological dig in Poland Sold…

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Why archeologists dislike Indiana Jones
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Why archeologists dislike Indiana Jones

Part one of a continuing series about experiences on an archeological dig in Poland Indiana…

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Vampires in Poland
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Vampires in Poland

Part two of a continuing series about experiences on an archeological dig in Poland One…

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Flies, Traumatic Brain Injury and the Tau Protein
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Flies, Traumatic Brain Injury and the Tau Protein

UC Davis assistant professor awarded prestigious grant to study tau protein in TBI Kassandra Ori-McKenney,…

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