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Can Extreme Science Fix the Planet?
Technology, risk, ethics, and policy collide in geoengineering.
Bringing Up Baby
The promise and peril of newborn genome sequencing.
On The Ground: Colorado's Warming Meadow
Colorado's warming meadow is the world's longest-running climate change experiment.
Q&A: The Next Century of "America's Best Idea"
Science for Parks, Parks for Science: The Next Century.
A Grand Vision for UC Davis
Helene Dillard '77 takes the reins at Davis's College of Agriculture & Environmental Sciences.
Digitizing Ecological History
The Holos ecoinformatics engine is streamlining access to more than a century of field data.
Pop-Up Wetlands: A Success Story
The Nature Conservancy hatches a novel partnership between farmers and conservationists.
A Grand Gesture from a California Original
John H. Gross made the largest individual gift in CNR's history.
Campus and News Briefs
We highlight a few CNR faculty making the headlines.
Why I Do Science
Agricultural and resource economics professor David Zilberman enjoys "tackling complex problems and finding solutions to relevant questions."
The Big Picture
Ph.D. candidate Matthew Luskin shares a motion-activiated shot of an endangered tiger from his research project in Indonesia.