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"What's going to happen to these murals down the line? Will they be protected? Conserved? Whitewashed?" asks graduate student Mauricio Ramírez. (Photo by Fatima Ramírez)

"What's going to happen to these murals down the line? Will they be protected? Conserved? Whitewashed?" asks graduate student Mauricio Ramírez. (Photo by Fatima Ramírez)

SF murals tell story of pan-Latino solidarity

Graduate student Mauricio Ramírez is an artist, a muralist, and a native San Franciscan who is fascinated by the murals in the Mission District of San Francisco—and by the progressive coalition of artists and immigrants that coalesced during the decades they were painted.

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Inventors recognized for patents, research

Inventors recognized for patents, research

The Office of Research has announced the April-through-June award winners in its program that showcases groundbreaking work happening on campus.

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Earthquakes unlikely to decrease, study finds

Earthquakes unlikely to decrease, study finds

Seismologists say a significant seismic hazard continues in Oklahoma despite recent reductions in injection of wastewater from oil and gas production.

Flood risk study prioritizes property buyouts

Flood risk study prioritizes property buyouts

A study of flood damage in Florida proposes prioritizing property buyouts based on flood risk, ecological value, and socioeconomic conditions.

Launchpad offers a boost to campus innovation

Launchpad offers a boost to campus innovation

The new program will be offering $5,000, $10,000, and $15,000 grants to promising UCSC technologies in science and engineering.

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