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Researchers Probe Marine
Mysteries Off The Alaskan Coast
A summer voyage to investigate the causes of one of the most devastating tsunamis in United States history has uncovered new mysteries about biological and geological processes off Alaska. Probing the depths below one of the world's most important fisheries, scientists with Scripps Institution of Oceanography and Indiana State University conducted the first exploration of deep seafloor biological communities in a sector of the Alaskan margin off the Aleutian Islands along the northern part of the Pacific Rim. More
Panel Discussion on the
Media and Iraq War Set for Nov. 30
News coverage of the war in Iraq will be the subject of a panel discussion to be held at UCSD on Tuesday, Nov. 30, at 4:30 p.m. Participants will include a top journalism educator, a leading television national security producer and a highly respected newspaper editorial director. The public is invited to attend the event, which will be held at The Weaver Center of the Institute of the Americas. More
Donald And Darlene Shiley
Give $4 Million To Support Alzheimer's Research
Donald and Darlene Shiley have pledged to give $4 million to support UCSD's Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center. The announcement was made in conjunction with National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month. More
New Earthquake Exhibit
Rumbles into the Birch Aquarium at Scripps

See what's shakin' at the Birch Aquarium at Scripps this fall. Become a seismic sleuth as you explore earthquakes in the new interactive exhibit, Earthquake! Life on a Restless Planet, which opened at the aquarium Nov. 20. More
Beyster Institute Offers Entrepreneurship
Training to Further Middle East Reform Efforts
The Beyster Institute at the Rady School of Management today will welcome 35 business executives from the Middle East and North Africa region to participate in the Middle East Entrepreneur Training program in the U.S. (MEET U.S.).
California Stem Cell
Project Energizes Other States to Act

Los Angeles Times
New Technique Eyed in Stem-Cell Debate
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Nobel Laureates
Solution to Global Pollution Problem

Korea Times
A Racing 'Holiday Heart' Can Spook You Out
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The new Google Scholar lets you search scholarly literature, including peer-reviewed papers, books, abstracts, and technical reports.
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Poinsettias for Sale

Brighten your home or office with a poinsettia. The Staff Association is selling the holiday flowers for $10 each to raise money for staff scholarships. Order now for pickup on Dec. 8. More

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