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May 23, 2018
UC Merced biology students studying lizard evolution in the Aegean discovered that a common lizard species was engaging in cannibalism.
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May 22, 2018

The Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME) named Professor Ala Qattawi one of this year’s Outstanding Young Manufacturing Engineers. “I am honored to receive this award,” Qattawi said. “It...

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May 17, 2018

Local community members are invited to serve as citizen scientists at UC Merced’s next CALeDNA BioBlitz, scheduled for Sunday, May 20, from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the Merced Vernal Pools and Grassland...

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Ranked 127th Best Graduate Engineering Program

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Women make up 20% of Undergraduate Engineering Students

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Number of Early Career Award Recipients

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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]