Using a new method to study wildfire-related particulate matter and air quality, researchers propose a way to study the long-term health effects of what are often considered short-term hazards.
Campus & community
"We are writing with the hope that we can and will come together in defense of our Principles of Community that safeguard free speech, diversity of perspective and the ties that bind this community together," said Chancellor Carol Christ in a message to the campus community.
An estimated $16.1 million has been spent to secure the site since 2022; expenses include shipping containers, law enforcement, and housing and support services for unhoused residents.
A new study finds that the part of bats’ brains that controls vocalizations has the same neural and genetic machinery as the part of the human brain that controls speech, making bats ideal candidates for understanding speech development and pathology.
New technique for inserting genes into a "safe harbor" in the genome would complement CRISPR gene editing.