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VOL. 1    ISSUE 35June 09, 2015
 

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Student entrepreneurs pitch business ideas at annual Silicon Valley event

Student entrepreneurs pitch business ideas at annual Silicon Valley event

The Center for Entrepreneurship held its third annual Business Design Showcase on Saturday, May 30, at the UCSC Silicon Valley Center.

Scientists discover a protein that silences the biological clock

Scientists discover a protein that silences the biological clock

A protein associated with cancer cells is a powerful suppressor of the clock that drives daily rhythms of cells throughout the body, UCSC researchers find.

Chancellor's Achievement Awards for Diversity honor commitment

Chancellor's Achievement Awards for Diversity honor commitment

Two campus programs, staff, faculty, and a student are winners of the Chancellor’s Achievement Awards for Diversity for 2015.

Large bloom of toxic algae under way in Monterey Bay and beyond

Large bloom of toxic algae under way in Monterey Bay and beyond

Researchers have detected large blooms of toxin-producing algae in Monterey Bay, raising concerns about potential effects on marine mammals and seabirds.

 

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KQED

KQED - June 08, 2015
California Matters: Mark Bittman’s online video series premieres with ‘Take a Walk on the Wild (Edibles) Side’

Atlanta-Journal Constitution

Atlanta-Journal Constitution - June 05, 2015
Advocates urge new ethical code for foreign teacher recruitment

Genetic Engineering News

Genetic Engineering News - June 03, 2015
Cancer protein halts ticking of biological clock

Santa Cruz Sentinel

Santa Cruz Sentinel - June 03, 2015
UCSC’s Bob Shepherd named outstanding educator by state CPA society

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