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Peregrine falcons take flight at Long Marine Lab

Three young male falcons raised in a large aviary are being released into the wild, using a "hack box" at the Center for Ocean Health building at Long Marine Lab as their base. The Santa Cruz Predatory Bird Research Group, which is affiliated with UCSC's Institute of Marine Sciences, is handling the release. (Photo by Howard "Boots" McGhee) More

UCSC Genome Browser provides portal to finished human genome sequence
As leaders of the Human Genome Project announced the project's successful completion at a press conference today in Bethesda, Md., UCSC bioinformatics researchers made the completed reference sequence of the human genome publicly available on the web-based UCSC Genome Browser.



April 14-20, 2003
Vol. 7, No. 34

Campus Provost Simpson offers update on budget planning

Shakespeare Santa Cruz summer lineup

Nobel laureate to speak on cancer research

Chancellor hosts UCTV interview programs

Atkinson says UC considering reduction-in-time program to relieve budget pressure

SARS web page offers resources

More Campus News: UCSC faculty bring African music and arts festival to Santa Cruz April 15-21...'Slug Run IV' to take place April 19... Life Lab offers day camp again this summer... AIS offers practice sessions with new software... Documentary to be screened on April 16... University Center hires new manager; Conference Services to get new interim director... Women at Work Retreat sponsors group tickets for Shakespeare Santa Cruz... and more.

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