The problem, experts say, is that the mosquitofish don’t discriminate between snacking on the rice-sized offspring of disease-ridden mosquitoes and critically endangered marine life
The David and Lucile Packard Foundation has awarded a Packard Fellowship for Science and Engineering to Roxanne Beltran
Five high-profile UC Santa Cruz alumni are using their talents to boost a philanthropic social justice initiative
Alumnus Sebastian Kennerknecht cares so deeply about animals that he built a career in wildlife conservation photography to help fight for their survival
While other Californians tan at the beach, hold BBQs, or relax at the pool, he makes a beeline for the high country
Construction of a seasonal pond within an existing wetland area in the Younger Lagoon Natural Reserve will create potential aquatic breeding habitat for the California red-legged frog
Scientists are developing new tools to determine when short-term changes in behavior caused by human activities have biological significance for protected populations
For the first time, scientists have translated the chemicals in an ancient tusk to reveal a prehistoric biography of unprecedented richness.
Scientists have taken another step toward solving an enduring mystery with a new tool that may allow for more precise comparisons between the DNA of modern humans and that of our extinct ancestors.
Original story from Associated Press.
After an extensive search, the UC Santa Cruz Seymour Marine Discovery Center has chosen Jonathan Andres Hicken to be its new executive director.
Original story from UCSC Newscenter.