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  1. Research suggests sexual appeals in ads don't sell brands, productsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | EurekAlert!

    ... of journalism at Ball State University, and Thais M. Zimbres, a doctoral student at the University of California, Davis. As defined in the research, sexual appeals included models who were partially or fully nude; models who were engaged in sexual ...

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  2. Study debunks claim of greatly improved survival rate for gunshot victimsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | EurekAlert!

    The survival rate of U.S. gunshot victims has not shown a marked improvement, as other recent studies have suggested, according to new research from Duke University and the University of California, Davis. The purported increase in survival rate had been credited to improvements in emergency treatment and medical care of critically injured patients.

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  3. Scientists recreate Californian Indian water bottles to study ancient exposure to chemicalsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | EurekAlert!

    ... as 'woqo', commonly found in land deposits. Kevin Smith, co-author and PhD student from the University of California, Davis said: "In accordance with historical records We used a Monterey chert flake and a bird bone awl to weave baskets from soft ...

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  4. First-of-Its-Kind DNA Video Raises Big Question About Molecule of HeredityRead the original story

    Tuesday Jun 20 | MSNBC

    ... that raises new questions," Stephen Kowalczykowski, molecular genetics professor at University of California, Davis, said in a press release . "It's a real paradigm shift, and undermines a great deal of what's in the textbooks." The researchers ...

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  5. Heated end to Green Bridge comment periodRead the original story

    Thursday | Point Reyes Light

    ... Bob Johnston, a former professor who taught land use and transportation planning at the University of California, Davis for 30 years, questioned the need for the project in the first place. "With all respect to Caltrans, it has stated the purpose ...

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  6. Buy or donate some artful rummage and help out Pence GalleryRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Davis Enterprise

    The Pence Gallery's annual Trash 2 Treasures artful rummage sale is set for 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, July 22. Those who would like to donate items such as china, crystal, jewelry, vintage clothing, silver, collectibles, knickknacks or artwork may drop them off July 3-20 at the gallery, 212 D St. in downtown Davis.

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  7. UCD outlines free-speech policyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Davis Enterprise

    College campuses across the country are struggling with disagreements about how to allow freedom of expression on campus while maintaining safety for the speakers and participants. As a public university and one that has faced this issue over the past year, UC Davis has made this topic a priority.

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  8. Special Olympics brings its special emotion back to UCDRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Davis Enterprise

    Spectators at the 2017 Special Olympics Northern California Summer Games at UC Davis undoubtedly will be emotionally and vicariously invested in the almost 800 competitors expected to give it their all in events ranging from track and field to bocce. With special-needs athletes, there is no filter.

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  9. Food Fairy: Vegetables make cooking ahead easyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Davis Enterprise

    ... everyone in my house will eat. Vegetables are mighty easy this time of year: carrot sticks (take the time to go to the Davis Farmers Market and buy Nantes carrots, which are roughly 100 times more delicious than the Imperator carrots you get at the ...

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  10. Death notice: Wilson K. TalleyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Davis Enterprise

    Dr. Wilson K. Talley, 82, died in Davis on June 16, 2017. Born in St. Louis on Jan. 27, 1935, he graduated from Berkeley High School and earned a bachelor's degree in physics from UC Berkeley in 1956, a master's degree in physics from the University of Chicago in 1957 and a Ph.D. in nuclear engineer from UC Berkeley in 1963.

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  11. Bob Dunning: Gary May's certainly no dummy when it comes to moneyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Davis Enterprise

    THE $325,000 QUESTION going straight for the jugular in her excellent one-on-one Q&A with incoming UC Davis Chancellor Gary May, Enterprise ace Tanya Perez noted that during May's visit to campus in April, one of the students said "they were unhappy about your seats on boards, which they saw as contributing to wars." Perez noted that May told the students he was reconsidering his position on two boards, which combine to pay him a whopping $325,780 a year "Have you made a decision on that?" Perez asked directly before reading the answer, I said to myself, "not a chance he'll pass up all that dough," and, indeed, here's what he said: "Yeah.

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  12. Researcher continues progress toward effective HIV inhibitorRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | PhysOrg Weblog

    ... system needs to be tested on primates before it can be tested on humans. Professor Satya Dandekar at the UC Davis California National Primate Research Center is working with LiWang to test the system in macaques. If it proves safe and effective, ...

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  13. Yolo job fair points to improving market, less unemploymentRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Daily Democrat

    ... and organizations such as Woodland Manufacturing, St. John's Retirement Village, Yolo County Law Library and UC Davis appeared to seek new employees, and larger groups such as Goodwill, Motel 6 and Walgreens also tabled for new blood. Whether ...

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  14. a Q-and-a with Ucd Chancellor-designate Gary MayRead the original story

    Thursday | Davis Enterprise

    In a wide-ranging telephone interview Monday with UC Davis Chancellor-designate Gary May, he addressed issues he wants to tackle at UCD, his views on being a role model and the paid seats he holds on corporate boards of directors. May, dean of the College of Engineering at Georgia Institute of Technology for the past five years, will begin his term as chancellor on Aug. 1. As he and his wife LeShelle prepare to make the cross-country move from Atlanta to Davis, he discussed the challenges of physically moving - "We've been in the same house for 20 years" - and his lifelong devotion to the Cardinals.

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  15. At the Pond: Check out the toad invasion at Julie's pondRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Davis Enterprise

    The late Julie Partansky would be thrilled to see the return of the toads to Davis. Julie was our environmentalist, ahead-of-her-times council member and mayor.

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  16. Per Capita Davis: Throwing cold water on silver liningsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Davis Enterprise

    ... t, but it seems to me we need all hands on deck, even those with little tiny hands. - John Mott-Smith is a resident of Davis; his column is published

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  17. Aggie football assistant Speckman will speak at Special OlympicsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Davis Enterprise

    ... moving up and lobbing lollipops. "Stay there. Give me your best shot," the kid would insist. Speckman - now living in Davis with Sue, his wife of 26 years - will givee the opening remarks at Friday's 7 p.m. kickoff of the NorCal Special Olympics ...

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  18. Teen artists host annual Createfest on SaturdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Davis Enterprise

    What: Createfest, a teen-run festival of food, live music, films, activities and a makers market featuring art by and for local youths Davis teens who have spent the past four months immersed in the world of public art will unveil their signature piece at Saturday's Createfest: Shattered Impact, a sculpture "representing how humanity is destroying the earth," according to Fiona Chertok, one of a dozen teens participating in this year's Teens Take Charge program at the Pence Gallery. All the participants helped in the creation of the public art piece - which features a large foot crushing the Earth - and they impressed Katherine Schultz, who led the program this year, with their ability to work together so cohesively.

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  19. From dinosaur age mammal to human, new researchRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Dear Kitty

    ... were identified between the eutherian ancestor and the formation of humans as a species . Credit: Harris Lewin , UC Davis Summary: Researchers have gone back in time, at least virtually, computationally recreating the chromosomes of the first ...

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  20. Benicia helps kick off Northern California Special OlympicsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Vallejo Times-Herald

    Athlete Eric Silva and Benicia Officer Mark Simonson get ready for the Northern California Special Olympics Law Enforcement Torch Run to kick of the 2017 Summer Games. The opening ceremony is Friday in Davis.

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