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What is killing domestic snakes? UCSF and Academy scientists solve the mystery.
Marking World AIDS Day, we bring hopeful news to the fight against HIV/AIDS.
Two UCSF researchers are trying to discover what trillions of microorganisms are doing in our guts.
What lives inside the honeybee? UC San Francisco researchers are uncovering the bee microbiome, hoping to stop Colony Collapse Disorder.
Researchers have found that telomerase can reverse aging in mice. Can it have the same effect on humans?
A local researcher describes why spider silk is so valuable and how making it synthetically can be challenging.
Here are some recent fish stories we didn’t want you to miss.
A ring-making moon, beers in space and lab girls: here are some of this week’s science news headlines we didn’t want you to miss.
The UC and Nature Publications Group debate.