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Seminar by Diana Bautista, an Associate Professor in MCB, on her research to understand the molecular mechanisms underlying the sensations of itch, touch and pain.
MVZ Lunch is a graduate level seminar series (IB264) based on current and recent vertebrate research. Professors, graduate students, staff, and visiting researchers present on current and past research projects.
The College of Natural Resources is honored to welcome Dr. Heather Tallis, Acting Chief Scientist at The Nature Conservancy, as the 2016 S.J. Hall lecturer on Friday September 30, 2016.
The CNR Alumni Association invites CNR alumni, current students, and families to the annual CNR Picnic on Saturday, October 1st. RSVP required to attend.
CNR Meets the Public Engagement Challenge: UC California NaturalistAdina Merenlender, Cooperative Extension Specialist, Adjunct Professor...
The Bruns laboratory focuses on the ecology and evolution of mycorrhizal fungi.
Though we may come from different backgrounds, groups, and departments, each of us has the potential to impact our surrounding food systems.
Only a few days left to help diversify agriculture and our diets by supporting the Millet Project!… https://t.co/Bh5BjKKhQw
Have we overlooked previous-year rainfall effects in annual grasslands? @ESPM_Berkeley's Dudney & @espots99 https://t.co/8lnKEef5nW
RT @ucanr: Partner with UC ANR for National Farm-to-School Month. Get ideas here: https://t.co/TCFme7jEAF https://t.co/qTTcigyPYk
Congrats to Vernard Lewis, who will be inducted into Pest Management Professional's 2016 Hall of Fame in October!… https://t.co/b5BS3vuRa3
Prof Rachel Morello-Frosch: Don’t forsake poor people in climate change fight, via @sacbee_news https://t.co/am58nWnttL