Fall 2019 Issue
CNR research covers cholera, obesity, environmental health and justice, nutrition-related chronic disease, health care access, air quality, and more.
Dan Nomura’s lab explores the human proteome for the development of next-generation therapeutics.
Three faculty from the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics discuss their research on global health issues.
Steven Lee (PhD 1990, Molecular and Physiological Plant Biology) is at the forefront of forensics.
Alumna Dawn Wyllie (BS 1978, Conservation of Natural Resources) served Native people as a physician and policy leader.
Soda wars l UC’s new research station l Spotted owls l Air pollution and tule fog l China’s National Parks l Herbicide-Free UC
CNR's new program supports students participating in summer internships.
Master of Development Practice alum Matthew Mayes partnered with an artisanal batik-production community in Bali and Java.
Professor Rachel Morello-Frosch on her work as an environmental health scientist and her desire to translate research into policies that improve community health.
Dean Ackerly discusses this issue of the magazine, which focuses on work in the College that furthers human health and well-being.
Renowned biologist and naturalist Edward O. Wilson visited campus to discuss his vision for conserving half the earth’s land and sea to safeguard the bulk of the planet’s biodiversity, including humanity.