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New isotope laboratory takes campus to 'new level'

State-of-the-art facilities for isotope analysis in UCSC's new W. M. Keck Isotope Laboratory will benefit researchers in a wide range of fields, from environmental toxicology to oceanography. "Thanks to the generosity of the W. M. Keck Foundation, UC Santa Cruz's research capabilities have achieved a new level, making the campus a center of excellence in the region for trace metal analysis," said Acting Chancellor Martin M. Chemers at the dedication ceremony and symposium. More

Student profile: Alexis Spencer, who graduated in June with honors in psychology, was recruited by her professors for three different research projects. "I’ve always been interested in how the mind works," she says.


June 28-July 11, 2004
Vol. 8, No. 43

Strategic Futures panel presents final report

Florida voting problems fit historical pattern, says expert

Professor leads expedition establishing seafloor observatories

High-profile film industry guests visit campus

News Briefs:
It's official: Dining Services now university-run
Chemers to meet with Neighbors group Tuesday
Women's basketball team holding camp for girls
Women at Work Retreat offers discounted Shakespeare Santa Cruz tickets
UCTV featuring Long Marine Lab
Professional development, technical training offered
Extension instructor Larry Lavendel to give presentation
Psychologist Donald Saposnek serves as meeting delegate
Francisco Hernandez joins Sutter board
New name: The University Inn and Conference Center

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