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Save the Keeling Curve
The mission was to install a weather station in one of the remotest places in the world...
Chargers Gift
San Diego Chargers President Dean Spanos recently pledged $500,000 to expand the Alex G. Spanos Training Facility.
Pom-pom Balls And Stuffed Toys
Tucked away in a room on the fifth floor of the University of California’s Atkinson Hall is what Scott Klemmer affectionately calls “kindergarten meets chemistry lab.”
The Meteor Threat
The 10,000-ton meteor that burst over the Russian city of Chelyabinsk in February 2013 at 40,000 miles per hour left scores of injuries and broken windows in its wake.
Acidic Oceans and Anxious Fish
UC San Diego and their colleagues have shown for the first time that rising acidity levels increase anxiety in juvenile rockfish

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The Meteor Threat
The 10,000-ton meteor that burst over the Russian city of Chelyabinsk in February 2013 at 40,000 miles per hour left scores
Fresh Food And Academic Success
Golden Chopsticks
Last academic winter quarter, a group of students conjured up the city of Shanghai in the 1920’s to ‘30s on film.