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A conversation about LibreTexts and the value of open educational resources with Delmar Larsen: A SITT 2023 Interview with Dr. Andy Jones

Delmar Larsen provides updates on the no-cost online textbook system that he has created, including the languages in which materials are available, the countries in which the system is used, the…

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Storer Lecture (Public Lecture) - Philipp Gunz - May 17, 2023

Philipp Gunz is a biological anthropologist with a primary research interest in palaeoanthropology. He studies the evolution of developmental patterns with the aim of understanding what makes us…

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Industry Panel via Zoom with Q&A

Chair and TAC Member Marcus Wulf (HTH Hamburger Teehandel Gm H Im- & Export, Germany) and panelists: Robby Badruddin (KBP Chakra, Indonesia), Joyce W. Maina (Cambridge Tea Consultancy, England),…

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Storer Lecture (Public Lecture) - Beth Shapiro - October 24, 2022

Speaker: Beth Shapiro, HHMI Investigator, Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of California Santa Cruz Dr. Shapiro is an evolutionary biologist who specializes in the…

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Natural Selection in an Outbreak

from the Think Like a Scientist series produced by HHMI BioInteractive

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ARE/ECN 115A: Week 1 Reactions to Reflections

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Tutu: A Celebration of Human Rights

Bishop Desmund Tutu visits UC Davis in 1985.

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FST 110L Lab 7

Lab 7: Mixing Film credit: Amy FletcherEdited by: Apichaya (Garn) Bunyatratchata & Stephanie Chen

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Dr. Tom Reardon: Institute for Global Nutrition Seminar

Rapid transformation of food system in Africa: reflections on food system resilience and coping with COVID Dr. Tom Reardon 3/31/2021

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Lecture 17 - Introduction to Biomes and Vegetation II - ESM 120 (Winter 2021)

This is your guide speaking, and today begin our direct flight over Earth’s biomes starting with a trip to the tropics. Oh, we're getting attacked by mosquitos! By definition, the tropics…

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ESP170 L11 Feb 10. Soft Policy on Species - Community based conservation

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ESP170 - L10 Feb 8 CITES

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GGNB Student Stories - Megan Bragg

Megan Bragg is a fourth year PhD student in the Stewart lab. (video from open house 2021)

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Hans Rosling Shows the Best Stats You've Ever Seen

http://www.ted.com/talks/hans_rosling_shows_the_best_stats_you_ve_ever_seen.html In Hans Rosling’s hands, data sings. Global trends in health and economics come to vivid life. And the big…

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Corinne Rich & Katie Rouse // Sips and Bites: Birdhorse Wines, July 8, 2020

On July 8, 2020, Corinne Rich and Katie Rouse, founders of Birdhorse Wines, joined Andrew Waterhouse for a chat about how they met, their time at UC Davis, and, of course, the wines they make.

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2020.06.18 - Dr. Ralph Green, UC Davis - Careers in Pathology and Laboratory Medicine

Dr. Ralph Green, M.D., Ph.D. is an expert in the diagnosis of hematological disorders, with emphasis on anemias, as well as diagnosis and treatment of nutritional deficiency diseases and disorders.…

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