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Harry Noller’s career is marked by a determination to follow the science, even if it means challenging conventional thinking. He joined UC Santa Cruz in 1968.

Harry Noller’s career is marked by a determination to follow the science, even if it means challenging conventional thinking. He joined UC Santa Cruz in 1968.

Congratulations, Harry!

Harry Noller, the Sinsheimer Professor of Molecular Biology, is the winner of a $3 million Breakthrough Prize in Life Sciences for revealing how complex molecular machines called ribosomes translate genetic code and build the proteins in all living cells. A congratulatory campus reception is scheduled for noon Friday, Dec. 9, in the plaza outside the Science and Engineering Library.

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$440,000 USDA grant funds study of urban agriculture

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UC Catalyst award furthers paleogenomics research

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Anthropologist Lars Fehren-Schmitz will lead a project to expand the work being done by the UC Santa Cruz Human Paleogenomics Lab.

Phi Beta Kappa celebrates 30 years on campus

Phi Beta Kappa celebrates 30 years on campus

The UC Santa Cruz chapter of the academic honor society Phi Beta Kappa will celebrate its 30th anniversary Friday afternoon at the Merrill Provost House.

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