Tuesday Newsday
VOL. 1    ISSUE 37July 07, 2015
 

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Original thinkers shifted paradigms, changed the way the world thinks

Original thinkers shifted paradigms, changed the way the world thinks

From discovering a cell’s molecular motor to proving women’s role in evolutionary development, UC Santa Cruz professors' research has been revolutionary.

Campus Dead archives featured alongside band's Chicago farewell

Campus Dead archives featured alongside band's Chicago farewell

Nearly 100 items on display, plus an essay by Nicholas Meriwether, Grateful Dead archivist at McHenry Library, is part of the band's 50th anniversary box set.

Innovative UC Santa Cruz online courses available to all UC students

Innovative UC Santa Cruz online courses available to all UC students

Online calculus courses taught by Santa Cruz math faculty are the first to count for credit at all nine undergraduate UC campuses.

Record-setting toxic algae bloom persists along U.S. West Coast

Record-setting toxic algae bloom persists along U.S. West Coast

Professor of ocean sciences Raphael Kudela explains the conditions that have made the unprecedented toxic algae bloom so extensive and long lasting.

 

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KION TV

KION TV - July 02, 2015
UCSC researchers play important role in Refugio oil spill response

Bloomberg News

Bloomberg News - July 01, 2015
The Grateful Dead's final farewell tour: Nicholas Meriwether interviewed

ABC

ABC - June 27, 2015
UCSC elephant seal experts on Ocean Mysteries

National Geographic

National Geographic - June 30, 2015
Backpacks on seabirds hint at their navigation secret

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