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Quarterly magazine program features stories from each of the ten campuses of the University of California.

State of Minds (Video) UCTV

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Quarterly magazine program features stories from each of the ten campuses of the University of California.

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    State of Minds: Air Quality Stem Cells Peace Corps Neanderthal Genome -- Winter 2011 UC Riverside

    State of Minds: Air Quality Stem Cells Peace Corps Neanderthal Genome -- Winter 2011 UC Riverside

    UC Riverside plays host to this edition of UCTV’s systemwide magazine program. Segments include a look at UCR’s seminal research on air quality, stem cell treatments at UC Davis, Peace Corps volunteers from UC Berkeley and from UC Santa Cruz, new insights into human evolution from the bones of Neanderthals. Series: "State of Minds" [Public Affairs] [Science] [Education] [Show ID: 20692]

    • 28 Min.
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    State of Minds: Rural Doctors Science of Happiness Teacher Scientists Special Collections Fall 2010

    State of Minds: Rural Doctors Science of Happiness Teacher Scientists Special Collections Fall 2010

    Discover how the UC Davis School of Medicine is enticing newly minted MDs to practice in rural communities; research into the “Science of Happiness” at UC Berkeley, the Special Collections projects at the UCLA Library and California science teachers who spent the summer running experiments at UC-affiliated national labs. Series: "State of Minds" [Public Affairs] [Health and Medicine] [Education] [Show ID: 19887]

    • 29 Min.
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    State of Minds: Quakes Folklorico Green Design Drought-tolerant Turf (UCSC Spring 2010)

    State of Minds: Quakes Folklorico Green Design Drought-tolerant Turf (UCSC Spring 2010)

    The magic of Folklorico dance inspires a former UC Santa Cruz student to become a UCSC professor of anthropology and producer of documentary films; UC Davis becomes the first university to use top green design standards for a new winery, brewery and food processing facility; UC San Diego structural engineer assesses quake damage in Chile; and UC Riverside researchers pursue the right mix for growing drought-tolerant grass -- these stories and more in the Spring, 2010 edition of UCTV’s premier magazine program. Series: "State of Minds" [Public Affairs] [Education] [Show ID: 18507]

    • 28 Min.
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    State of Minds: Cut Flowers Honorary Degrees for WWII Internees California Delta The Loft Winter 2010

    State of Minds: Cut Flowers Honorary Degrees for WWII Internees California Delta The Loft Winter 2010

    This edition of UCTV’s premier magazine program begins with a look at how UC Davis is helping California’s plant and flower growers compete in the global market. Then, a welcome back to the UC students of Japanese descent who were interned during World War II. And, from UC Berkeley, a cross-disciplinary approach to saving the California Delta. Finally, a tour of The Loft, the new performance lounge that’s bringing nightlife to the campus of UC San Diego. Series: "State of Minds" [Public Affairs] [Agriculture] [Education] [Show ID: 17972]

    • 28 Min.
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    State of Minds: Poverty Pain Management Climate Change New Medicines - Fall 2009

    State of Minds: Poverty Pain Management Climate Change New Medicines - Fall 2009

    In this edition, UCTV’s premier magazine program features UC Berkeley students focused on alleviating poverty as part of UCB’s Global Poverty and Practice program, the fastest-growing minor on campus. From the UC Davis Medical Center, a look at how doctors at the Pain Management Clinic are teaching patients to cope with chronic pain without becoming addicted to drugs. Then, another angle on climate change – what UC scientists are discovering about its impact on human health. And finally, from the Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UC San Diego, searching for exotic medicines in the tropics of Panama. Series: "State of Minds" [Public Affairs] [Health and Medicine] [Humanities] [Education] [Show ID: 17089]

    • 27 Min.
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    State of Minds: June 2009

    State of Minds: June 2009

    This edition of UCTV’s premier magazine program presents Nobel Laureate David Gross and the Kavli Institute of Theoretical Physics at UC Santa Barbara, Glenna Dowling of UC San Francisco’s School of Nursing and her clever adaption of the Wii video game for Parkinson’s patients, research at UC Davis on the impact of the California drought and excerpts from the UC Merced 2009 commencement ceremony featuring Michelle Obama, the First Lady of the United States. Series: "State of Minds" [Public Affairs] [Education] [Show ID: 16280]

    • 28 Min.

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