In finding a way to see assemblies of the proteins that direct cyanobacterial circadian rhythms, or biological clocks, UC
As agriculture and food production achieve greater high-tech heights and resources such as water become more scarce, the country will increasingly depend on innovative solutions from its brightest minds.
One of California’s greatest energy challenges is finding innovative ways to lower natural gas consumption to help reduce gre
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and author Héctor Tobar and HP Inc. Chief Diversity Officer Lesley Slaton Brown are the keynote speakers for the University of California, Merced’s 12th commencement exercises, May 13 and 14.
It’s time for the annual celebration of one of the main missions of UC Merced, along with education and public service — research.
From March 6-10, people on and off campus can get an up-close look at how UC Merced research fosters the development of students and faculty and extends growth from within the local neighborhood to the global academic community.
The National Cancer Institute’s “cancer moonshot” tasks researchers with, among advancing other new biotechnologies, delving into immunotherapy and epigenomic analysis.
If you want to know what the ocean really smells like, you’ll have to ask a crab.
Yes, crabs have a sense of smell.
Teaching writing is both a science and art. As the field of education moves more toward inclusiveness and embracing diversity, however, the art and science of writing — and how to teach it — becomes more challenging.