Information about a variety of topics related to UCSC research and accomplishments, seen through the eyes of journalists. See the left navigation bar for a breakdown by topic of news stories about CBSE since 1998.
Rebooting the human genome. Antonio Regalado. June 3, 2015. MIT Technology Review.
Wikipedia co-founder, genome project leader among recipients of Dan David Prize. May 17, 2015. The Jerusalem Post.
UC Santa Cruz professor develops HIV vaccine. Kara Guzman. May 15, 2015. Santa Cruz Sentinel.
Creating a genomic zoo. Marsha Lewis. April 22, 2015. Inside Science.
TEDxSantaCruz speakers present radical ideas. Kara Guzman. April 24, 2015. Santa Cruz Sentinal.
Book in brief: how to clone a mammoth. Brian Switek. April 9, 2015. National Geographic.
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De-extinction: A behemoth revived. Henry Nicholls. May 7, 2015. Nature.
Woolly Thinking. Carl Zimmer. May 22, 2015. The Wall Street Journal.
Back across the brink: Can scientists bring a species back from extinction. Nancy Szokan. April 27, 2015. Washington Post.
Book review: how to clone a mammoth. Lee Billings. April 14, 2015. Scientific American.
Beth Shapiro explains the science of ‘De-Extinction’ in new book. Sara Isenberg. April 18, 2015. Santa Cruz Tech Beat.
Jurassic Park in real life: the race to modify the DNA of endangered animals and resurrect extinct ones. Steve Connor. April 14, 2015. The Independent.
How to clone a mammoth: the science of De-Extinction by Beth Shapiro, review: 'troubling'. Nicola Davies. April 22, 2015. The Telegraph.
Wild, woolly... and on his way back! The story of a scientist working on the process of ‘de-extinction’. Nick Rennison. May 7, 2015. Daily Mail.
Extinct species may get a second chance. Allison Bohac. May 31, 2015. ScienceNews.
De-extinction aspirations walk line between noble and selfish. Cathy Gere. June 4, 2015. Genetic Literacy Project.
Cloning a mammoth: science fiction or conservation tool? Diane Toomey. June 17, 2015. Yale Environment 360.
Decoding and defeating cancer with data science. Robin Schatz. April 6, 2015. Slate Magazine.
Your genes can now be sequenced using your USB port. Joao Medeiros. April 2, 2015. Wired UK.