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Disparities in Reproductive and Sexual Healthcare of Women with Disabilities

August 7th, 2023|Biology, News|

By Manasvini Pochimireddy. Author’s Note: I wrote this piece for a general academic audience of my peers. I specifically chose this topic because disabled women have been a historically marginalized group, with inadequate resources in [...]

Most Endangered Whale on Earth is America’s–and you’ve never heard of it

August 6th, 2023|

By David Kwon. In 2021, a joint team of researchers led by the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) revealed the discovery of a new species of baleen whale: the Rice’s whale. Baleen whales (mysticetes) are [...]


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Neonatal Isoerythrolysis in Equines, Felines, and Other Species

July 6th, 2023|

By Sara Su, Animal Science and English '24 Neonatal Isoerythrolysis: An Overview Neonatal isoerythrolysis (NI) is an alloimmune disease, an immune response against non-self-antigens from the same species. A non-self antigen can be any foreign [...]

The Use of Remotely Sensed Data in Modeling Cholera Amidst Climate Change

March 10th, 2023|

By Shaina Eagle, Global Disease Biology, ‘24 Introduction  Over 300,000 people reported having cholera in 2020 [12]. This infectious disease is spread by water or seafood contaminated by the Vibrio cholerae bacteria. V. cholerae can [...]

Breast Cancer Screenings for Transgender Individuals

March 5th, 2023|

By Anisha Narsam, Neurobiology, Physiology, and Behavior, '23 Author’s note: I hope to raise awareness about the barriers that transgender individuals face in order to obtain mammograms, and possible methods for increasing breast cancer screenings [...]


Feeding 8 Billion People: Engineering Crops for Climate Resiliency

June 5th, 2023|

By Shaina Eagle, Global Disease Biology '24 Feeding the world’s 8 billion– and growing– people [2] is an Augean task that requires cooperation between farmers, scientists, government agencies, and industry stakeholders across the globe. Agriculture [...]

Interview: John Davis

June 2nd, 2023|

By Isabella Krzesniak. INTRODUCTION John Davis is a 5th year Ph.D. candidate in the Integrative Genetics and Genomics graduate group at UC Davis. He works in the Maloof Lab and uses bioinformatics to analyze genetic [...]

Canine Cloning: History and Recent Trends

May 31st, 2023|

By Sara Su, Animal Science and English '24 INTRODUCTION In 1996, Dolly the sheep was the first mammal to be successfully cloned [1, 2]. Since then, 22 other animal species have been cloned, including rats, [...]


Preliminary evidence for differential habitat selection between bird species of contrasting thermal-tolerance levels

June 3rd, 2023|

By Phillips. Author’s note: Since coming to college, I have wanted to conduct research on the environmental impacts of agriculture and contribute to efforts to make farming work for both people and nature. In pursuit [...]

Western Sandpiper Population Decline on the Pacific Coast of North America

May 26th, 2023|

By Emma Hui, Biological Sciences ‘26  INTRODUCTION The migration of Western Sandpipers from the high Arctics to Southern California has always been a treasured gem in the fall. Yet as decades roll by, Western Sandpiper [...]

A Warmer World Leading to a Health Decline

May 23rd, 2023|

By Abigail Lin, Biological Sciences. INTRODUCTION Rising temperatures due to global climate change cause several detrimental impacts on the world around us. This paper will analyze the consequences of climate change, specifically temperature changes, within [...]

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