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Why did it take so long for microfluidics to become an integral part of life science and diagnostic product development? Is it because the on market size and timing is so difficult?

With large segments of California’s population no longer identifying as one race alone, medical experts are reinventing the old narratives that tended to link diversity and race with health dysfunction. On May 16, UCSF students are invited to a seminar, co-sponsored by the Office of Diversity and Outreach and UCSF Alumni Relations, entitled, 'California and the Changing US Narrative on Diversity, Race and Health,' where UCLA Professor Dr. David Hayes-Bautista presents theory, method and data from current research that support an emerging alternative narrative on diversity, race and health.

Imagine waking up one morning with static, like what you would see on an old television screen, flickering over your entire field of vision. It’s constant, and even shutting your eyes offers no relief.

Calling all UCSF students, staff, and faculty! It’s approaching that time again – UCSF’s Annual Cultural Night.

A celebrated UCSF researcher can add one more accolade to her list as an inductee into the Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing Hall of Fame.

Many postdoctoral scholars land within a unique tax bracket that could lend itself to confusing obligations and issues.

It's almost Grad Slam time again, and this year audiences for the raucous and lively event will be bigger than ever.

The UC San Francisco Fitness & Recreation staff did some heavy lifting over the holidays at the Bakar Fitness & Recreation Center at Mission Bay to wow current members and to prepare for their no enrollment fee membership sale in January.

The Science and Health Education Partnership (SEP) at UCSF is recruiting science mentors for high school students! Are you looking for mentoring opportunities?

According to the UC Office of the President, over 40% of student UC wide sometimes don't get enough to eat because they simply can't afford to buy food. At the same time, an estimated 40% of food in the U.S.