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Emily Brodsky, geoscientist at @ucsc, has been elected to the National Academy of Sciences—one of the highest honors a U.S. scientist can receive. She is recognized for her distinguished achievements in research on the mechanics underlying earthquakes. 🏅🌎https://t.co/0BHA4uS93x https://t.co/FviBlgmjT0 pic.twitter.com/pJDZlbqhLu— UC Santa Cruz Science (@UCSCscience) May 3, 2023
Jessica Kendall-Bar, ecology & evolutionary biology @ucsc alum, leads study published in @ScienceMagazine that examines the sleep habits of elephant seals during their months at sea. 🦭💤 Plus, check out her two-minute animation explaining the research! https://t.co/cZ5psFe15G https://t.co/uHna5X0Vmj— UC Santa Cruz Science (@UCSCscience) April 20, 2023
A round of applause for Samantha Contreras for being named a 2023 Goldwater Scholar by the Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship & Excellence in Education Foundation. As a physics major @ucsc, she's worked on projects with the Lederman Lab, @UCSC_SCIPP & others.https://t.co/YYIrYhQxax pic.twitter.com/KKjmfPjSNq— UC Santa Cruz Science (@UCSCscience) April 12, 2023
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