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UC Santa Cruz graduate student Yi Peng, first author of a paper on a novel catalyst for hydrogen production, also designed the cover image for the Jan. 10 issue of the journal "ChemSusChem."

New catalyst is a step toward clean fuel

A novel material developed at UC Santa Cruz has shown impressive performance as a catalyst for the electrochemical splitting of water to produce hydrogen. An efficient, low-cost catalyst is essential for realizing the promise of hydrogen as a clean, environmentally friendly fuel.

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Alicia Haley

Alicia Haley

International Student & Scholar Services

The international student and scholar adviser has three years of service and is January's honoree in the Staff Advisory Board's Staff Recognition Program.

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New name, enduring vision

New name, enduring vision

Irena Polić, Managing Director, and Nathaniel Deutsch, Director

Our new name—The Humanities Institute at UC Santa Cruz—better represents our mission of academic research and public engagement

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Inventor Recognition Program names honorees

Inventor Recognition Program names honorees

Each quarter, the Office of Research acknowledges UC Santa Cruz researchers for U.S. patent awards and showcases their groundbreaking work.

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Watchdog documents federal website changes

Watchdog documents federal website changes

Steering committee chair and sociology professor Lindsey Dillon said the group's third report shows reduced access to climate change information.

Fourth 'Questions that Matter' session set

Fourth 'Questions that Matter' session set

Humanities Dean Tyler Stovall and history of art and visual culture professor Jennifer González will be featured at "Freedom & Race" Jan. 30.

Rugby team looks to a promising 50th season

Rugby team looks to a promising 50th season

UC Santa Cruz has never competed in football, but has had a rugby team—the original Banana Slugs—almost since the campus was founded.

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