CBSE in the News

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.

Recent news

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.

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.

Obama initiative likely to tap the bioinformatics lab of David Haussler '75. Connecticut College. March 19, 2015.

Jamming jumping genesNicole Kresge. March 1, 2015. Howard Hughes Medical Institute.

Marine biologist Terrie Williams on endangered monk seals and 'The Odyssey Of KP2'. Bob Kustra. February 20, 2015. Boise State Public Radio.

Internet of DNA. Antonio Regalado. February 18, 2015. MIT Technology Review.

Quoted: on sharing and not sharing genetic information. Levi Sumagaysay. February 18, 2015. SiliconBeat.

Dan David Foundation to award three prizes of $1 million to six world renowned laureates. Judy Siegel-Itzkovich. February 10, 2015. The Jerulsalem Post.

MC4R: New signaling pathway provides clues to obesity. January 20, 2015. Science 2.0.

New study gets to heart of exercise for deep-diving marine mammals. Samanatha Clark. January 15, 2015. Santa Cruz Sentinel.

UCSC Genomics Institute receives $1 million grant. Kara Guzman. January 13, 2015. Santa Cruz Sentinel.

Nanopore sequencing is here to stay. Aaron Krol. December 22, 2014. BioIT World.



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