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518 Schiesari

This interview is with Juliana Schiesari, Professor Emerita of Italian and Professor and Chair Emerita of Comparative Literature . She was appointed in 1989 and retired in 2018.Juliana Schiesari is…

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How veterinary medicine is benefitting human health

UC Davis Veterinary Medicine has the potential to do more for humanity than ever before. What will we do in the next 75 years? Animals are benefitting greatly from human health innovations, while…

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Finding primary literature from evidence synthesis

Finding evidence synthesis studies are great summaries with critical evaluation of included literature to a certain point. It is important to find studies published since the evidence synthesis or…

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Agriculture is biotechnology lecture

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Route and its arguments.

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Intro to lists.

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Robert Cello

Name: Robert M. Cello Interviewer: Joann Larkey Date Interviewed: 6/17/1994 Date Appointed: 1954 Date Retired: 1988 Department: Clinical Surgical and Radiological Sciences In this conversation…

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Disability Awareness Symposium 2015 - Dina Zaphiris

“New Frontiers: Working Dogs, Service and Medicine” Speaker: Dina Zaphiris, director, InSitu Foundation of Malibu. She has trained 12 dogs to detect cancer in people, and recently…

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ECS40: 2015-02-13 11:00 C++ Double linked list remove, inheritance

ECS40 Lecture 2015-02-13 at 11:00

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ECS40: 2015-02-09 11:00 C++ Linked Lists continued.

ECS40 Lecture 2015-02-09 at 11:00

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