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A mammoth tusk found at the bottom of the ocean leads to "an ‘Indiana Jones’ mixed with ‘Jurassic Park' moment," according to @ucsc postdoc Katherine Moon. 🦣— UC Santa Cruz Science (@UCSCscience) November 23, 2021
Read about UCSC's involvement in this amazing discovery in @nytimes : https://t.co/bU154JNCYB pic.twitter.com/9TgnpMMkgQ
(1/3) 🧵A new era of discoveries is upon us with the launch of the James Webb Space Telescope and UC Santa Cruz astronomers will be among the first to use the powerful new space telescope! https://t.co/HE3nStVZbb pic.twitter.com/RevT0NovUp— UC Santa Cruz (@ucsc) October 26, 2021
In her first year as a grad student at @ucsc , @jmkendallbar began thinking about how to integrate her art and science. Four years later, her work is helping scientists make sense of their data and convey it to the public: https://t.co/OR6ZxcPvdV #sciart pic.twitter.com/zbENU8RdKK— UC Santa Cruz Science (@UCSCscience) October 27, 2021
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