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Ultrasonic Helmet Lets Anyone ‘See’ Like A Bat

February 9, 2015


How To Master Your Third Arm

January 28, 2015


Smartphone App Helps Visually Impaired Avoid Low-hanging Obstacles

January 16, 2015


Cotton Vs. Polyester: Which Gym Clothes Trap The Most Body Odor?

September 5, 2014



Slugs Are Eating America's Farms

January 24, 2015


Science News Magazine

Climbing high to save a threatened West Coast plant

October 3, 2014


Vaccines and gut microbes join forces to fight flu

September 12, 2014


Speedy test could improve treatment of urinary tract infections

September 10, 2014


Magnets diagnose malaria in minutes

September 5, 2014


Space tourism's price tag rockets upward

September 4, 2014


Bats hunt ballooning túngara frogs by echolocation

September 1, 2014


Tiny mites are probably crawling all over your face

August 29, 2014


New subspecies of Philippine tarsier discovered

August 19, 2014


Killer bug behind coconut plague identified

August 18, 2014


New tests screen for lethal prion disease

August 7, 2014


Goalkeepers deceive themselves when facing penalty kicks

July 31, 2014


Boot camp bug

July 27, 2014


Mouse sperm parties make for straight swimmers

July 22, 2014


Elephant’s big nose wins most sensitive sniffer

July 22, 2014


Carbs and gut microbes fuel colon cancer

July 22, 2014


Wine corks may owe quality to gene activity

July 16, 2014


HIV reemerges in ‘cured’ child

July 14, 2014


Two genes clear up psoriasis and eczema confusion

July 9, 2014


Gecko adhesion takes electric turn

July 9, 2014


Microplastics lodge in crab gills and guts

July 8, 2014


Supercooling makes livers for transplants last longer

July 3, 2014


Science Magazine

Why you should throw out your old TV

February 6, 2015


Magnetic beacons shepherd sea turtles home

January 15, 2015


Birds can sense impending storm, skip town

December 18, 2014


Three-in-one drug cuts body weight by a third

December 8, 2014

Toddler penguins buddy up for survival

June 20, 2014


Carbonated Bubbles Guide Japanese Catfish Toward Prey

June 5, 2014


Battling Birds Pull Extreme Aerial Maneuvers

May 22, 2014


ScienceShot: How Do Redwoods Grow So Tall?

May 21, 2014


Whales Can't Taste Anything But Salt

May 16, 2014


ScienceShot: Why Octopuses Don't Tie Themselves in Knots

May 15, 2014


ScienceShot: Elephant Seals Are Packed With 'Toxic' Carbon Monoxide

May 14, 2014


Electronic Smog Disorients European Robins

May 7, 2014


ScienceShot: Female Bats Dictate the Spread of White-Nose Syndrome

May 5, 2014


Is That a Man or a Woman? Trust Your Nose

May 1, 2014


ScienceShot: Genetic 'App' Tells You Where You’re From

April 29, 2014


ScienceShot: 'Chameleon' Vine Discovered in Chile

April 24, 2014


Pain No Deterrent for Male Libido

April 22, 2014


ScienceShot: Deep Brain Stimulation Triggers Hallucinations

April 16, 2014


Measles Outbreak Traced to Fully Vaccinated Patient for First Time

April 11, 2014


ScienceShot: Oldest Cardiovascular System Found in Ancient Shrimplike Creature

April 7, 2014


Video: How to Make Flies Do the Moonwalk

April 3, 2014


ScienceShot: How to Tell if a Spider's Been Sleeping Around

March 28, 2014


ScienceShot: Gonorrhea Microbe Uses 'Grappling Hooks' to Pass From Person to Person

March 24, 2014


Dragonflies Lack 'Smell Center,' but Can Still Smell

March 21, 2014


Do Flu Shots Cause Runny Noses?

March 03, 2014


700-Year-Old Poop Tracks History of Human Gut Microbes

February 28, 2014


Genetic Forensics Wakes a Dragon

February 12, 2014


Modifying DNA May Wipe Away Old Memories

January 17, 2014


Lasers Unearth Lost 'Agropolis' of New England

January 10, 2014


ScienceShot: Kangaroo Leeches Use Horny Male Crabs as Taxicabs

January 9, 2014


ScienceShot: Studying Fur Seals Can Give Them a Heart Attack

November 22, 2013


Doc Comic (print)

March 8, 2013





Weavers Turn Silk Into Diabetes Test Strips

January 08, 2015


Floating Toilets That Clean Themselves Grow On A Lake

December 23, 2014


Alleged Rape Of Passenger Raises Concerns About How Uber Runs Abroad

December 10, 2014


Baby's Necklace Could End Up Being A Life Saver

December 05, 2014


What Should You Do If A Fly Gets Into Your Anti-Ebola Goggles?

November 29, 2014


Test Your Medical Smarts: Does This Patient Have Ebola?

November 28, 2014


Anesthesia Miracle: No Power, No Oxygen Tanks, No Problem

November 23, 2014


Measles Still Kills 400 Kids A Day — And It May Be Making A Comeback

November 18, 2014


Ebola In 3-D: A Video Game To Guide Health Care Workers Through A Ward

November 12, 2014


A Smartphone Gadget Pumps Up Breast-Milk Banks

November 10, 2014


If You Think You'll Never See A Poem About Malaria, You're Wrong

November 6, 2014


Why My Grandma Never Had A Pap Smear

October 31, 2014


Why The Ebola Evacuees Survived And What We Learned From Them

October 29, 2014


Drones Are Taking Pictures That Could Demystify A Malaria Surge

October 22, 2014


What Will Malala's Nobel Peace Prize Mean For Girls' Education?

October 15, 2014


Doggone It, The World Can Wipe Out Rabies

September 30, 2014


A Doctor Turned Mayor Solves A Murder Mystery In Colombia

September 29, 2014


Scientific American

Arctic Seabirds Expose Mercury’s Hiding Places
October 8, 2014


The Brazilian Banes: A World Cup Disease Guide

May 20, 2014


When Did Insects Learn to Smell?

May 10, 2014


City Sea Otters Live Better Than Their Country Cousins [Slide Show]

January 27, 2014

Media: Slide Show


Navigating From Academia To Science Journalism: The Meme Edition

April 16, 2013


"Fiscal Cliff" Threatens to Impede Biomedical Discoveries

December 10, 2012



The Scientist Magazine

Dog’s Worst Friend

May 1, 2014

Multimedia: Video feature


A Farewell to Parasites 

September 1, 2013

Media: Video feature | Slideshow


Hearing Through The Chaos

February 21, 2013


Stem Cells: Safe Haven For TB

February 5, 2013


Bespoke Stem Cells for Brain Disease

January 15, 2013



KUSP 88.9, Central Coast Public Radio

Hummingbirds Land at the UCSC Arboretum

February 26, 2014


Organic Coffee May Not Be Tree-Friendly

February 13, 2014

Bioluminescent bacteria expose toxic arsenic in Bangladesh

April 02, 2014


Flawed from inception? Ecuador’s Yasuní-ITT initiative threatened indigenous groups with simple mapping errors

November 13, 2013




Big Data Expected to Impact Pharma R&D (print)

January 1, 2014


Mass Spec Pushes Proteomics' Tempo (print)

November 15, 2013


Human Disease Models Move Underwater (print)

October 1, 2013



Santa Cruz Sentinel (all print)

UCSC shutters post office after contract impasse

December 18, 2013


Santa Cruz Warriors throw an assist to Salvation Army Thanksgiving dinner

November 27, 2013


Museum of Natural History shows some skin (and bones)

November 22, 2013


Celebrated nature photographer holds Capitola book event on 'The Last Ocean'

November 17, 2013


Red tide lingers, bringing allergies and fishy stench near Santa Cruz beaches

November 03, 2013


UCSC robot stars in blockbuster Ender's Game

November 03, 2013


UC Santa earns grant to sponsor ag education for generation next

October 26, 2013


UC Santa Cruz summit tackles social problems of 21st century

October 25, 2013


UCSC astrophysicist lands lucrative prize for young professors

October 20, 2013


UCSC engineers showcase breakthroughs

October 11, 2013


Natural Bridges hosts Welcome Back Monarchs Day

October 10, 2013


Santa Cruz same-sex couples face financial quagmire post Defense of Marriage Act

October 01, 2013



Medical Daily

3-D Printing Saves Baby's Life [VIDEO]

May 22, 2013


Atomic Bomb Residue Confirms Adults Make New Brain Cells

June 6, 2013




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