The June 29 public opening of UCSC’s Grateful Dead Archive and the launch of the online web site has generated widespread and extensive media coverage, including stories in the Los Angeles Times, The Atlantic, San Francisco Chronicle, Boston Herald, Monterey Herald, Wall Street Journal, Sacramento Bee, Forbes, Pasadena Star News, San Jose Mercury News, Contra Costa Times, Inside Bay Area, Bay Citizen News, Palm Beach Post, the Californian, Pasadena Herald, plus San Francisco Bay Area TV including CBS, ABC, and Fox networks (and their affiliates), KTVU Oakland (video), as well as KSBW, KAZU, KATU, Sirius Radio, WPXI, WSOC-TV, WHIO-TV, KFOX-TV, KIRO-TV, Santa Cruz Weekly, Santa Cruz Good Times, plus a front page story and Arts section cover story in the Santa Cruz Sentinel.
A new study of lead poisoning in condors led by environmental toxicologists Myra Finkelstein and Don Smith received widespread news coverage, including stories in theLos Angeles Times, USA Today, Boston Herald, Christian Science Monitor, San Francisco Chronicle, San Jose Mercury News, Oakland Tribune, Santa Barbara Independent, North County Times, KQED Radio, KGO Radio, Nature, Science, Discover, Wired News, Science News, Ars Technica, and Greenwire.
Gizmodo reported on a collaboration by researchers at UCSC, HP, and 3M to develop a futuristic paper that reflects light like 3-dimensional objects.
An article by Hiroshi Fukurai, professor of sociology and legal studies, about lay adjudication in Japan and why Australia should consider the practice, was published in the East Asia Forum.
The July issue of Monitor on Psychology, a publication of the American Psychological Association, features an article on Phillip Hammack, assistant professor of psychology.