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June 09, 2005
Researchers say gold nanoparticles can be used to detect cancer cells quickly and inexpensively.
June 08, 2005
Several young scientists were honored recently with the 2005 Kathryn Grupe Awards for Excellence in Research on Alzheimer's Disease and Related Disorders.
June 07, 2005
AIDS Walk San Francisco is more than a month away, but campus officials are already challenging each other in a competition to win the first-ever UCSF trophy on July 17.
June 06, 2005
A new study based on previously secret internal tobacco industry documents shows that Philip Morris tried to appear socially responsible by seeking government regulation.
June 03, 2005
South Korea's successful cloning of stem cells from the skin cells of 11 different patients stood the scientific world on its head in late May.
June 03, 2005
In a major step to provide a safe and healthy environment, UCSF will significantly reduce on-campus smoking areas to protect human health.
June 02, 2005
William K. Ehrenfeld's first visit to a museum at age six sparked his passion for art that continues today.
June 01, 2005
Chinese traditional medicine, herbs and guided imagery are among topics at a June 18 lesbian health conference at UCSF.
June 01, 2005
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger joined the University of California, California State University (CSU) and business leaders on May 31 in announcing the creation of a bold new effort to enhance the supply and preparation of science and mathematics teachers for California's public schools.
May 31, 2005
A UCSF School of Medicine graduate, who rose the ranks of faculty at UCSF, has been appointed chancellor of UC Irvine.