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18 October 2010
He already tackled malaria. Now he's making oil from trash. Find out how Jay Keasling is pioneering synthetic biology in a noontime session on Friday, Oct. 29, in Franklin 5320.
Do you know the factors for making breast cancer screening choices? Dr. Mhel Kavanaugh-Lynch, director of the California Breast Cancer Research Program, will share insights on breast cancer screening in a noontime session on Wednesday, Oct. 27, in Franklin 5320.
President Barack Obama recently named UC San Diego Chancellor Marye Anne Fox and UC San Francisco researcher Stanley Prusiner National Medal of Science recipients! They are among only 10 this year to receive the highest national honor for scientists, engineers and inventors. Read more.
Join Dr. Mhel Kavanaugh-Lynch to learn critical tips about breast cancer screening. Read more.
Chemical and biomolecular engineering expert Jay Keasling, Ph.D., will visit OP and tell us about how he's working to turn trash into oil.
17 October 2010
UCOP will participate in the largest earthquake drill ever held in California on October 21. Please practice “Drop, Cover, and Hold On” for 60 seconds. Learn more.
11 October 2010
The authors of California Crackup will talk about the roots of California's dysfunctional government and their ideas for change during a 12 p.m. brown bag session on Oct. 15 in the old Credit Union.
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