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Into thinner air: How pikas live on the roof of the world and implications for their persistence

Recorded: April 17, 2019

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Energetics in ectotherms: Metabolic scaling, climate change, and swimming kinematics

Dr. Nicholas Carey Hopkins Marine Station Stanford University Dr. Carey reviews his research around the globe from anchovy movement to chitons to metabolic rates. The unifying theme of his…

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From Micro to Macro: The Trophic Regulation of a Multispecies Protective Mutualism

Dr. Elizabeth Pringle Faculty, University of Nevada, Reno In this presentation, Dr. Elizabeth Pringle explains – and provides examples of – mutualism in the natural world. She…

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The Role of MUTYH in Cancer Progression

Dr. Alan Raetz Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Dr. Raetz, a graduate of the CSU, Chico biological sciences master’s degree program, discusses how DNA damage and repair relates to…

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#Black Lives Matter at Chico State

Katie Peterson, Moderator Panel of CSU, Chico Students: Rex Bell Dylan Gray Egypt Howard Koua Thao Katie Peterson, Program Coordinator of the CSU, Chico Cross-Cultural Leadership Center,…

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Biological Sciences Career Day - Applied and Lab Sciences Panel

Applied and Lab Sciences Panel Four professionals talk about the varied careers they have pursued after earning degrees in the biological sciences. They each give presentations about their work…

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