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How much sugar are you really eating?

In the near future, the Nutrition Facts label on the back of packaged foods will have a new look and more information. In this new Fig. 1 video, UC Davis’s Kimber Stanhope explains how this will reveal the amount of sugar that is added to our foods.

Brown Bag movie screening highlights online privacy

Learn how to safeguard your privacy online at a screening of "Terms and Conditions" on Feb. 23.

UCOP community shows its giving spirit in holiday drives

Thanks to the entire UCOP community, the holidays were brighter for local low-income kids and families.

Lunar New Year celebration tomorrow

Join the Asian Pacific Islander Staff Association to celebrate the Year of the Ram with a potluck on Feb. 18.

Get moving to a healthier you

Let UC Living Well help you reach your wellness goals with activities and resources.

UC awards $23 million to multicampus research collaborations

The Multicampus Research Programs and Initiatives program will award more than $23 million to a diverse array of projects, from developing an implantable device that could correct memory impairment to an effort to help California better manage its water resources.

President Napolitano visits the elephant seals

A visit from UC President Napolitano highlights the work of the Natural Reserve System.

Update for former Anthem members regarding cyber attack, phishing attempt

Important information about the recent data breach.

Women We Admire series: UCOP Chief Risk Officer Cheryl Lloyd speaks today

Cheryl Lloyd is the latest guest speaker in the Women We Admire series, which brings women to UCOP from around the system to share insights about their careers, workplace challenges and work-life balance.

Black History Month celebration continues with speaker and film

Natalie Baszile, author of "Queen Sugar," speaks at UCOP. Plus, a screening of the documentary "Hidden Colors."