The resurrection secrets of sea monkeys, water bears and baker’s yeast are helping researchers find ways to freeze-dry red blood cells and platelets.
Chancellor Larry Vanderhoef—a member of the first U.S. university delegation permitted to visit Iran since 1979—shares his photos of the country’s people and places.
In honor of this Halloween season, we ask an expert in fear about what makes us afraid and why it’s fun sometimes to be scared.
More shelter animals will live to find homes, thanks to a new campus program that is providing a better understanding of the “battlefield medicine” required at animal shelters.
Medical student Sa Vang will soon become one of the country's few female Hmong physicians.
|A look at campus life today|
|A new department for parents|
|Readers share a favorite memory|
|The lighter side|
About the cover: Many shelter cats are euthanized when they contract upper respiratory virus—a common cold for cats—but a new shelter medicine program at UC Davis is giving pets a "New Leash on Life." Photo by Debbie Aldridge/UC Davis.
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