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Four students stand in front of a poster explaining their Innovate to Grow capstone project.
December 12, 2017
A recent Wells Fargo's gift to UC Merced's School of Engineering helps the school expand Innovate to Grow, a showcase for student engineering ingenuity.
December 11, 2017
Professor Chris Amemiya is elected a AAAS Fellow in recognition of his long history of groundbreaking discoveries in genetics.
Two researchers kneeling in a green, grassy field.
December 5, 2017

Jason Sexton traveled to research sites to learn more about the evolution of monkey flowers. Teamrat Ghezzehei installed soil sensors in the Sierra. Asmeret Berhe laid the foundation for a large...

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Announcing a pilot workshop on "Reproducible Research Using the Jupyter Notebook" on Jan. 11 and 12. The objective of this workshop is to learn about...




Ranked 127th Best Graduate Engineering Program


Women make up 20% of Undergraduate Engineering Students


Number of Early Career Award Recipients


Ranked 70th Best Environmental Engineering Program

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How researchers at UC Merced are developing a better understanding of the three sources of water upon which California depends in order to adapt to the effects of environmental changes and make better use of this most precious of our natural resources.
Series: "Sustainable California" [Show ID: 32342]