As part of a university that prides itself on research, we are taking a one-day break from the regular editorial cycle to ask you what you like — or don't like — about Science Café. The survey will only take a few minutes, so fire away.
On Monday, March 10, look for my interview with Nick Kanas on how his psychiatric studies of astronauts are shaping treatment for the rest of us. Other topics covered this month will include autism, viruses and cancer, and learning and memory.
And if you haven't yet received or read the UCSF supplement that appeared in the Wall Street Journal — and that showcased both milestones in UCSF science and some of today's most promising work — the link to the PDF can be found here.
I am happy to report, too, that UCSF Science Café will be part of a new National Science Foundation audio and video science website being readied for a late spring launch. Podcast downloads for 2008 are also more than double last year's pace.
Thank you for your interest and loyalty.