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Researchers in ESPM and PMB have identified a variety of potential CRISPR-based genome-editing tools in viruses, according to new findings published in Cell.
A team of University of California scientists found that high-mountain streams may be more vulnerable to droughts and heatwaves than previously thought.
A new study co-authored by Paolo D’Odorico assesses how shared goals and information on resource levels can encourage cooperation and reduce resource depletion.
ARE professor Maximilian Auffhammer breaks down how a new major study on global climate damages shows significant impacts to agriculture.
ESPM Professor Paolo D’Odorico is co-author of a review published in today the journal Nature Climate Change.
A new study by Rausser College faculty and the U.S. Forest Service suggests mature forest habitats in California may be susceptible to complete loss without intervention.
Martinez-Gomez, an assistant professor in the Department of Plant and Microbial Biology, breaks down her research on bacterial metabolism and offers career advice for aspiring scientists.
Recent research co-authored by ERG professor Dan Kammen calls for a shift in how politicians, funders, and researchers address the energy transition in the African continent.
A type of transferrable DNA structure recently identified by ESPM and PMB researchers appears to play a role in balancing atmospheric methane.
ARE researchers recently found that better information about the location and size of fish populations would decrease profits for the world's largest fishery.
A study appearing in Science, co-authored by ESPM professor Jonas Meckling, identifies the political factors that allow some countries to take the lead while others lag behind.
ESPM professor Carl Boettiger is part of a $3.2 million project focused on standardizing how scientific data is described.
Research by an ESPM postdoctoral researcher suggests docile raccoons possess a greater ability to learn how to obtain food than their bold counterparts.
Antimicrobial genes in the small, invasive plant species may help improve disease resistance in rice and wheat.
Research by professors in ARE concluded that up to two-thirds of charges on electricity bills amount to a hidden electricity “tax.”
Favorable fire behavior and weather are expected to continue to move the fire away from Blodgett Forest.
The award will support research to develop biofuel and bioproducts from photosynthetic micro-alga.
New forms of international cooperation and technology competition with China are the main drivers of public investment in clean energy innovation, though it remains insufficient to help meet climate goals.
The higher estimate indicates that the benefits of reducing carbon dioxide emissions are much greater than had previously been believed.
ESPM graduate student Emma Steigerwald is helping highlight how translation tools are critical to the multilingual future of science.