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Tuesday, July 13, 2021

Science & Technology

Rising inequity

Sea-level rise planning must take into account that vulnerable communities in Bay Area flood zones will lose the most from future flooding, say researchers.

Flood equity


The body as a machine?

Imagining the body as a machine that needs fuel can benefit people who already eat nutritious food, but this strategy can also backfire.

Would a robot choose carrots or candy

Health & Medicine

Make it fermented

School of Medicine research finds that a diet high in fermented foods such as yogurt and kimchi boosts microbiome diversity and lowers inflammation.

Fermented kimchi

Bio-X Fellow Faculty Housing


  • The Child Care Subsidy Grant Program (CCSG) provides grants to benefit-eligible, university employees, working in the United States, who meet application qualifications. Grants are provided to assist with meeting the cost of child care.

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