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Couple on the coronavirus front lines

A virologist and her pulmonologist husband balance their pandemic response with parenthood.

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Can we apply these lessons from South Korea to vanquish COVID-19?

South Korea’s targeted social distancing may better protect the vulnerable than stay-at-cp彩票官网 orders.

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Nobel Prize-winner Carol Greider to join UC Santa Cruz faculty

Known for her pioneering work on telomeres, Greider brings exceptional research and leadership skills to campus.

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Murder hornets invade headlines, not the US

While they do sound scary, there's no reason to be afraid, says entomologist Doug Yanega.

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How glow-in-the-dark jellyfish inspired a scientific revolution

What makes a jellyfish glow? For scientists, asking that simple question led to a powerful new tool that’s completely transformed medicine — and won the Nobel!

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‘Liquid gold’: UC Berkeley lab makes free hand sanitizer for the needy

A biochemistry lab pivots to hand sanitizers for people experiencing cp彩票官网lessness, jail populations and others among society's most vulnerable.

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Campus labs produce sample-preserving fluid for COVID-19 test kits

A ‘mini-task force’ responds to the urgent needs at the UC Irvine medical center.

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How important is speech in transmitting coronavirus?

Asymptomatic individuals could transmit infection via normal speech, underscoring the need for social distancing.

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A healthy circadian rhythm may keep you sane and increase resilience to fight COVID-19

Beyond sanitizing and social distancing, your circadian rhythm is another powerful protective resource.

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UC launches grant program to spur urgently needed COVID-19 research

To accelerate breakthroughs, UC will provide $2 million in seed funding to scientists across the state combating COVID-19.

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