A biweekly publication for faculty and staff
April 27, 2017


MACES held an open house at UC Merced April 19. The center was established to develop nanoscale technologies that will enable future NASA space missions, among other goals.
A student explains her research poster at this year's MACES open house.


Professor Alexander Petersen's two new publications show how the circulation of scientific knowledge and collaboration is changing in Europe.
Ibram Kendi is a prolific author who is coming to campus to speak as part of the Chancellor’s Dialogue on Diversity and Interdisciplinarity lecture series.
UC Merced lecturer and alumnus Chris Fradkin
UC Merced lecturer and alumnus Chris Fradkin recently received a Fulbright fellowship to continue his research into factors preventing scientists in “emerging” nations from successfully disseminating their work to the scientific world at large.
UC Merced offers prospective students numerous ways to engage with the campus community so they can make their college decision with confidence.
Two citizen scientists collect eDNA from the reserve.
Scientists joined forces with local community members to take part in UC Merced's inaugural eDNA BioBlitz. Community members trained as citizen scientists and spent the day collecting and cataloging environmental DNA from the Merced Vernal Pools and Grassland Reserve.

In the News

From public radio to some of the nation’s most prestigious publications, UC Merced faculty members are in the spotlight.

Library Notes

The UC Merced Library now has access to SAGE Research Methods (SRM) thanks to the California Digital Library’s purchase of a six-year license that provides updates to the resource through 2022.


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