Enrico Ramirez-Ruiz, professor and chair of astronomy and astrophysics, is one of six presenters who will deliver short talks on socially relevant research.
The grand opening of the multidisciplinary teaching and research hub is free and open to the public and will feature an open house and 15-minute talks by leading campus thinkers in space, humanity and technology, coastal sustainability, gaming, and the quest to decode cancer.
The Sierra Club ranking highlights the campus's commitment to protecting the environment, addressing climate change, and encouraging sustainability.
DNA was sequenced in microgravity for the first time using a device based on nanopore sequencing technology developed at UC Santa Cruz.
Gage Dayton is appointed to the Wilton W. Webster Jr. Presidential Chair that supports research, teaching, and infrastructure for the natural reserves.
Kresge alumna Julie Snyder talks about making the hit podcast and how her UCSC years laid the foundation for a career in broadcast journalism.