Tuesday Newsday
VOL. 1    ISSUE 5October 28, 2014
 

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Novel biosensor technology could allow rapid detection of Ebola virus

Novel biosensor technology could allow rapid detection of Ebola virus

Rapid detection of viruses without expensive equipment is among the potential applications of biosensor research at UC Santa Cruz.

Global surge of great earthquakes holds clues to future quakes

Global surge of great earthquakes holds clues to future quakes

As devastating as these recent quakes have been, there is a silver lining, says seismologist Thorne Lay: unprecedented advances in learning from them.

Founders Celebration honors Morrison, Haney, Headley and Longs

Founders Celebration honors Morrison, Haney, Headley and Longs

Acclaimed author Toni Morrison delivered a sold-out lecture and received the UC Santa Cruz Foundation Medal at the 8th annual Founders Celebration.

Astronomers and digital artists collaborate to create unique theater

Astronomers and digital artists collaborate to create unique theater

What does the birth and death of stars have to do with the lives of real human beings? Does technology make us less than human … or something more? Big questions for the stage.

 

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NBC News

NBC News - October 25, 2014
Worldwide Surge in 'Great' Earthquakes Seen in Past 10 Years

The Washington Post

The Washington Post - October 17, 2014
Indonesian puppetry and a festival of West Javanese culture

Nature

Nature - October 22, 2014
Outbreak of great quakes underscores Cascadia risk

Santa Cruz Sentinel

Santa Cruz Sentinel - October 18, 2014
UC Santa Cruz professor Craig Haney honored for prison research

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