Tuesday Newsday
VOL. 1    ISSUE 41September 01, 2015
 

From our Newscenter

Healthy heart lessons from athletes: dogs, cats, and big-wave surfers

Healthy heart lessons from athletes: dogs, cats, and big-wave surfers

The pounding heart rates of big-wave surfers are among the surprises from 30 years of studying exercise physiology in humans and wild animals.

Astronomer Claire Max appointed director of UC Observatories

Astronomer Claire Max appointed director of UC Observatories

UC President Janet Napolitano has appointed UC Santa Cruz astronomer Claire Max as director of UC Observatories.

How alumnus helped bring organic labeling policy to the nation

How alumnus helped bring organic labeling policy to the nation

Mark Lipson, a research associate at the Center for Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems, provided key help in setting standards for organic food labels.

Dickens Project receives NEH grant for public outreach to schoolteachers

Dickens Project receives NEH grant for public outreach to schoolteachers

The grant will enable the Dickens Project at UC Santa Cruz to hold a four-week summer seminar for middle and high school teachers on campus next year.

 

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Modern Farmer

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Meet Alan Chadwick, the high priest of hippie horticulture

KQED

KQED - August 05, 2015
What would really happen if a tsunami hit San Francisco?

Wired

Wired - August 27, 2015
What are the odds Stephen Hawking will answer your Reddit AMA question?

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