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Highlander Exclusive: Regent John A. Perez speaks on the future of...

In what became a scene of chaos, where some student protesters sat inside the UCSF Mission Bay Conference Center after being peacefully forced out...

Regents to discuss mental health, sexual assault at meeting

The UC Board of Regents and their committees are scheduled to meet this Wednesday and Thursday, Jan. 21-22, at the UCSF Mission Bay Conference...

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UC Riverside founder dies at the age of 104 UCR announced last month that Judge John Gabbert, one of the founders of the university, passed...

UCSF sets example for open access to research

UC San Francisco (UCSF) has become the largest scientific institution in the nation and the first UC campus to allow for public access to...

UC to implement nation’s largest trial of HIV-prevention pills

The California HIV/AIDS Research Program (CHRP) of the University of California recently announced that it would participate in the largest HIV prevention pill test...

UCSF makes progress towards new business model

The process of reforming UC San Francisco’s (UCSF) business model has begun with the appointment of 13 leaders to serve in the “Future of...

Revenue from cigarette tax could yield billions

According to a UC San Francisco (UCSF) study, a new statewide ballot initiative which aims to increase the cigarette tax may lead to a...

UCSF researchers call for government regulation of sugar

As worldwide rates of obesity and diabetes diagnoses increase, researchers at the UC San Francisco (UCSF) say that sugar intake should now be regulated,...

UCSF study focuses on Marijuana

A 20-year study conducted by scientists from UC San Francisco and the University of Alabama at Birmingham has concluded that the occasional usage of...

Soda tax could save 26,000 lives over a decade and generate...

It’s possible a nationwide penny-per-ounce tax on sweetened drinks could prevent an estimated 26,000 deaths, 2.4 million cases of diabetes, 95,000 coronary heart events...