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Get the latest from the labs, doctors and medical centers at the University of California so you can make the best health care decisions. Visit uctv.tv/health
 
Explore medical programs aimed at physicians, nurses and other health care professionals who wish to expand their knowledge base, keep current on the latest research. Visit uctv.tv/meded
 
Go beyond the headlines with thoughtful commentary from policy-makers and policy thinkers, firmly rooted in facts.Visit uctv.tv/publicaffairs
 
UCTV delivers documentaries, faculty lectures, cutting-edge research symposiums and artistic performances from each of the ten UC campuses. Visit: uctv.tv
 
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Science (Audio)
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Science affects us all. Explore a wide variety of topics from technology in our everyday lives to complex global issues. Visit uctv.tv/science
 
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Business (Audio)
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From entrepreneurship to economic policies these programs introduce you to leaders and issues in the business community. Visit uctv.tv/business
 
Go beyond the headlines with thoughtful commentary from policy-makers and policy thinkers, firmly rooted in facts.Visit uctv.tv/publicaffairs
 
Don't miss these vital updates on the latest in Alzheimer's and dementia care and research from the University of California.
 
Don't miss these vital updates on the latest in Alzheimer's and dementia care and research from the University of California.
 
Programs from the University of California, San Diego.
 
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Race in America (Audio)
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From the civil rights movement to the rise of American multiculturalism, race continues to play a role in shaping our society. Explore this collection from the University of California, which seeks to broaden our understanding of race issues in America from diverse perspectives.
 
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Diabetes (Video)
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UCTV presents expert insights to causes and treatments of diabetes from University of California medical professionals.
 
The UC Public Policy Channel provides a platform for policy-makers, policy critics, and innovative policy thinkers gathered by the Goldman School of Public Policy at UC Berkeley to speak the truth clearly, convincingly, and constructively in pursuit of solutions for the good of all. Visit: uctv.tv/public-policy
 
The UC Public Policy Channel provides a platform for policy-makers, policy critics, and innovative policy thinkers gathered by the Goldman School of Public Policy at UC Berkeley to speak the truth clearly, convincingly, and constructively in pursuit of solutions for the good of all. Visit: uctv.tv/public-policy
 
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Human Rights (Audio)
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Enrich your understanding of human rights ideas and practices.
 
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Holocaust (Video)
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Scholars and witnesses present evidence documenting the mass atrocities that took place from 1933 through to the end of World War II in 1945, giving voice to the memories of the 6 million Jews and 5 million other victims who were murdered throughout Nazi Germany and German-occupied territories under the command of Adolf Hitler.
 
Stay up-to-date on the issues that affect California, from health & wellness, to climate change, public policy and politics.
 
Stay up-to-date on the issues that affect California, from health & wellness, to climate change, public policy and politics.
 
UCSF's Osher Center for Integrative Medicine presents Mini Medical School for the Public, a series of programs providing an opportunity to learn about health and the health sciences directly from UCSF faculty members and other nationally-recognized experts.
 
Explore the world of neuroscience and the secrets of the brain. Discover how the brain works, technologies to harness brain power, ways to treat disease, and more.
 
Dietary guidelines have changed over the years as research becomes more accurate. Stay up to date on findings and get help sorting conflicting nutrition and diet advice.
 
Women's issues are human issues. Explore the major issues affecting women in business, politics, science, health, at home and beyond.
 
Women's issues are human issues. Explore the major issues affecting women in business, politics, science, health, at home and beyond.
 
Climate change is here; it's happening. Find out what that means, why scientists are so sure and what we need to do now.
 
All that is new in the world of computer science from UC San Diego Computer Science and Engineering. Visit: uctv.tv/computer-science
 
Understanding the "why" of international conflicts - the first step toward finding fair and peaceful resolutions.
 
Understanding the "why" of international conflicts - the first step toward finding fair and peaceful resolutions.
 
Guest speakers, researchers and University of California faculty explore mental illness and mental health.
 
All that is new in the world of computer science from UC San Diego Computer Science and Engineering. Visit: uctv.tv/computer-science
 
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Holocaust (Audio)
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Scholars and witnesses present evidence documenting the mass atrocities that took place from 1933 through to the end of World War II in 1945, giving voice to the memories of the 6 million Jews and 5 million other victims who were murdered throughout Nazi Germany and German-occupied territories under the command of Adolf Hitler.
 
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Microbiome (Audio)
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You have up to ten times as many microbial cells in and on your body as you have human cells. Discover how the cells that make up our microbiome can impact everything from mood, weight, sleep patterns, allergies and more.
 
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Writers (Video)
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Writing can spark the imagination, take you to far away places, and even bring about social change. In this collection, writers speak about their craft and read from selected works.
 
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Writers (Audio)
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Writing can spark the imagination, take you to far away places, and even bring about social change. In this collection, writers speak about their craft and read from selected works.
 
Sustainable California connects you to what your University is doing to ensure the future vitality of our state. Become part of how we are developing real-world solutions for all Californians so together we can meet the 21st century challenges of global climate change and increasing demands while maintaining California's unique biodiversity and sustaining the human and environmental health of California. Visit: uctv.tv/sustainable-cal
 
Sustainable California connects you to what your University is doing to ensure the future vitality of our state. Become part of how we are developing real-world solutions for all Californians so together we can meet the 21st century challenges of global climate change and increasing demands while maintaining California's unique biodiversity and sustaining the human and environmental health of California. Visit: uctv.tv/sustainable-cal
 
Mind Body Medicine is one of the fastest-growing areas in healthcare. Find out how modern science and the power of thoughts and emotions work together for better health.
 
In partnership with faculty at the UC San Diego School of Medicine, UCTV presents this curated collection of videos on integrative medicine, featuring evidence-based research showing how a whole-systems healthcare approach protects the mind, body and spirit.
 
In partnership with faculty at the UC San Diego School of Medicine, UCTV presents this curated collection of videos on integrative medicine, featuring evidence-based research showing how a whole-systems healthcare approach protects the mind, body and spirit.
 
Kavli Institute for Brain and Mind (KIBM) researchers bridge disciplinary boundaries to further our understanding of the origins, evolution and mechanisms of human cognition, from the brain's physical and biochemical machinery to the experiences and behaviors we call the mind.
 
Kavli Institute for Brain and Mind (KIBM) researchers bridge disciplinary boundaries to further our understanding of the origins, evolution and mechanisms of human cognition, from the brain's physical and biochemical machinery to the experiences and behaviors we call the mind.
 
This collection of programs from the University of California faculty and guests illuminates the crosscurrents in America that led to the election of Donald Trump and the ensuing impact on healthcare, immigration, foreign policy, human rights, journalism, Congress, the courts and other institutions in civic life.
 
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Microbiome (Video)
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You have up to ten times as many microbial cells in and on your body as you have human cells. Discover how the cells that make up our microbiome can impact everything from mood, weight, sleep patterns, allergies and more.
 
Enrich your understanding of human rights ideas and practices.
 
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Poetry (Audio)
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UCTV's impressive archive of poetry readings, interviews and conversations with established and emerging poets is the perfect resource to bring the art of language to life.
 
Presenting the University of California's top research in addressing the catastrophic impacts of climate change, while aggressively pursuing best practices to achieve carbon neutrality on all ten campuses by 2025. Visit http://www.uctv.tv/climate-solutions.
 
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Black History (Video)
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In the telling of American history, African American history is vitally important. Find out more with UCTV programs about American history in all its complexity.
 
Presenting the University of California's top research in addressing the catastrophic impacts of climate change, while aggressively pursuing best practices to achieve carbon neutrality on all ten campuses by 2025. Visit http://www.uctv.tv/climate-solutions.
 
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Dalai Lama (Audio)
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His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama embraces Tibet's intellectual tradition of logic and philosophical debates. He often visits University of California campuses to learn and speak.
 
Healthcare professionals explore ways to improve the health of individuals, families and communities through prevention, detection and healthy lifestyle.
 
Healthcare professionals explore ways to improve the health of individuals, families and communities through prevention, detection and healthy lifestyle.
 
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Rational choice theory states that individuals have coherent preferences over alternatives but this theory is being replaced by a new view rooted in psychology. Ignacio Esponda (Economics, UCSB) gives examples of economic experiments and contingent thinking. Series: "GRIT Talks" [Show ID: 35174]By UCTV: UC Santa Barbara.
 
Rational choice theory states that individuals have coherent preferences over alternatives but this theory is being replaced by a new view rooted in psychology. Ignacio Esponda (Economics, UCSB) gives examples of economic experiments and contingent thinking. Series: "GRIT Talks" [Show ID: 35174]By UCTV: UC Santa Barbara.
 
Economist Aashish Mehta suggests the days of high manufacturing employment in this country are over. He explains data that show that It is increasingly hard for any wealthy country to compete in the global market — and for poorer countries to get rich by industrializing. He explores the affect of automation and off-shoring as he looks at the ca ...…
 
Economist Aashish Mehta suggests the days of high manufacturing employment in this country are over. He explains data that show that It is increasingly hard for any wealthy country to compete in the global market — and for poorer countries to get rich by industrializing. He explores the affect of automation and off-shoring as he looks at the ca ...…
 
As an increasingly polarized America fights over the legacy of racism, Susan Neiman, author of the contemporary philosophical classic Evil in Modern Thought, asks what we can learn from the Germans about confronting the evils of the past. In the wake of white nationalist attacks, the ongoing debate over reparations, and the controversy surround ...…
 
As an increasingly polarized America fights over the legacy of racism, Susan Neiman, author of the contemporary philosophical classic Evil in Modern Thought, asks what we can learn from the Germans about confronting the evils of the past. In the wake of white nationalist attacks, the ongoing debate over reparations, and the controversy surround ...…
 
As an increasingly polarized America fights over the legacy of racism, Susan Neiman, author of the contemporary philosophical classic Evil in Modern Thought, asks what we can learn from the Germans about confronting the evils of the past. In the wake of white nationalist attacks, the ongoing debate over reparations, and the controversy surround ...…
 
As an increasingly polarized America fights over the legacy of racism, Susan Neiman, author of the contemporary philosophical classic Evil in Modern Thought, asks what we can learn from the Germans about confronting the evils of the past. In the wake of white nationalist attacks, the ongoing debate over reparations, and the controversy surround ...…
 
Transformative field experiences at our 600-acre Fort Ord Natural Reserve are inspiring a new generation of natural scientists. The incredible outdoor classroom offers opportunities for students, scientists, and the community to learn about rare maritime chaparral habitats, threatened endemic species, land management, and conservation biology l ...…
 
Transformative field experiences at our 600-acre Fort Ord Natural Reserve are inspiring a new generation of natural scientists. The incredible outdoor classroom offers opportunities for students, scientists, and the community to learn about rare maritime chaparral habitats, threatened endemic species, land management, and conservation biology l ...…
 
Increasingly, Internet-of-Things (IoT) applications require energy efficiency, low-latency, privacy and security of code and data, and programming support that simplifies IoT software development and deployment. UCSB Professor of Computer Science Chandra Krintz presents a new distributed software platform and programming model that addresses th ...…
 
Increasingly, Internet-of-Things (IoT) applications require energy efficiency, low-latency, privacy and security of code and data, and programming support that simplifies IoT software development and deployment. UCSB Professor of Computer Science Chandra Krintz presents a new distributed software platform and programming model that addresses th ...…
 
Promotional video for UC San Diego Computer Science and Engineering department. We Are CSE! Series: "We Are CSE" [Show ID: 34800]By UCTV.
 
Since its beginning in 1999, the UCSB New Venture Competition provides a unique opportunity for UCSB students to learn how to start a business. This eight-month educational experience, with activities and curriculum spanning the entire academic year, culminates with the finals where the student teams present an investor pitch to a panel of judg ...…
 
Promotional video for UC San Diego Computer Science and Engineering department. We Are CSE! Series: "We Are CSE" [Show ID: 34800]By UCTV.
 
Since its beginning in 1999, the UCSB New Venture Competition provides a unique opportunity for UCSB students to learn how to start a business. This eight-month educational experience, with activities and curriculum spanning the entire academic year, culminates with the finals where the student teams present an investor pitch to a panel of judg ...…
 
Arthur Szyk often said, “Art is not my aim, it is my means.” In this talk, Irvin Ungar exposes the viewer to the breadth and depth of the power, purpose, and persuasion of the artist Arthur Szyk who saw himself as a fighting artist, enlisting his pen and paintbrush as his weapons against hatred, racism, and oppression before, during, and after ...…
 
Stochasticity (randomness) is ubiquitous in biological systems. Linda Petzold explores some of the ways in which it arises and is used to advantage by biological systems, at a wide range of scales. Petzold is a professor in the UCSB Departments of Mechanical Engineering and Computer Science. Series: "Women in Science" [Show ID: 35173]…
 
Stochasticity (randomness) is ubiquitous in biological systems. Linda Petzold explores some of the ways in which it arises and is used to advantage by biological systems, at a wide range of scales. Petzold is a professor in the UCSB Departments of Mechanical Engineering and Computer Science. Series: "Women in Science" [Show ID: 35173]…
 
Understanding how the brain works has traditionally been undertaken by men and about men but cognitive neuroscientist Emily Jacobs argues that diversity of researchers and their research is what drives science innovation. She discusses several studies undertaken in her lab so that questions about the brain can benefit women and men equally. Ser ...…
 
Understanding how the brain works has traditionally been undertaken by men and about men but cognitive neuroscientist Emily Jacobs argues that diversity of researchers and their research is what drives science innovation. She discusses several studies undertaken in her lab so that questions about the brain can benefit women and men equally. Ser ...…
 
The 400-acre UC Santa Cruz Campus Natural Reserve offers students the opportunity to walk outside their classrooms and study nature in nature. Better known as the “outdoor classroom and living laboratory,” the reserve focuses on engaging students in direct observation and study of the natural world while bridging concepts learned in the indoor ...…
 
The UC Santa Cruz Natural Reserve System supports long-term research and teaching on protected lands on more than 10,000 acres of natural lands at five natural reserves: Año Nuevo, Campus, Fort Ord, Landels-Hill Big Creek, and Younger Lagoon. Together, they function as living laboratories and formative outdoor classrooms for faculty, graduates, ...…
 
The 400-acre UC Santa Cruz Campus Natural Reserve offers students the opportunity to walk outside their classrooms and study nature in nature. Better known as the “outdoor classroom and living laboratory,” the reserve focuses on engaging students in direct observation and study of the natural world while bridging concepts learned in the indoor ...…
 
The UC Santa Cruz Natural Reserve System supports long-term research and teaching on protected lands on more than 10,000 acres of natural lands at five natural reserves: Año Nuevo, Campus, Fort Ord, Landels-Hill Big Creek, and Younger Lagoon. Together, they function as living laboratories and formative outdoor classrooms for faculty, graduates, ...…
 
Women played a huge role in the 2018 midterms. A record number of women were elected to congress, some marking other historic firsts along the way. Women organized massive rallies, and made their voices heard at the polls. Former Governor of Michigan Jennifer Granholm sits down with PhD student Charlotte Hill to discuss congresswomen shaping th ...…
 
Women played a huge role in the 2018 midterms. A record number of women were elected to congress, some marking other historic firsts along the way. Women organized massive rallies, and made their voices heard at the polls. Former Governor of Michigan Jennifer Granholm sits down with PhD student Charlotte Hill to discuss congresswomen shaping th ...…
 
Women played a huge role in the 2018 midterms. A record number of women were elected to congress, some marking other historic firsts along the way. Women organized massive rallies, and made their voices heard at the polls. Former Governor of Michigan Jennifer Granholm sits down with PhD student Charlotte Hill to discuss congresswomen shaping th ...…
 
Women played a huge role in the 2018 midterms. A record number of women were elected to congress, some marking other historic firsts along the way. Women organized massive rallies, and made their voices heard at the polls. Former Governor of Michigan Jennifer Granholm sits down with PhD student Charlotte Hill to discuss congresswomen shaping th ...…
 
Women played a huge role in the 2018 midterms. A record number of women were elected to congress, some marking other historic firsts along the way. Women organized massive rallies, and made their voices heard at the polls. Former Governor of Michigan Jennifer Granholm sits down with PhD student Charlotte Hill to discuss congresswomen shaping th ...…
 
Women played a huge role in the 2018 midterms. A record number of women were elected to congress, some marking other historic firsts along the way. Women organized massive rallies, and made their voices heard at the polls. Former Governor of Michigan Jennifer Granholm sits down with PhD student Charlotte Hill to discuss congresswomen shaping th ...…
 
Women played a huge role in the 2018 midterms. A record number of women were elected to congress, some marking other historic firsts along the way. Women organized massive rallies, and made their voices heard at the polls. Former Governor of Michigan Jennifer Granholm sits down with PhD student Charlotte Hill to discuss congresswomen shaping th ...…
 
David M. Holtzman, MD of the Washington University School of Medicine discusses the mechanisms underlying neurodegeneration and how microglia and specific microglial genes such as TREM2 influence neurodegeneration in the setting of Aβ and tau pathology. Learn how this line of study may lead to new therapeutics and diagnostic testing for Alzheim ...…
 
David M. Holtzman, MD of the Washington University School of Medicine discusses the mechanisms underlying neurodegeneration and how microglia and specific microglial genes such as TREM2 influence neurodegeneration in the setting of Aβ and tau pathology. Learn how this line of study may lead to new therapeutics and diagnostic testing for Alzheim ...…
 
David M. Holtzman, MD of the Washington University School of Medicine discusses the mechanisms underlying neurodegeneration and how microglia and specific microglial genes such as TREM2 influence neurodegeneration in the setting of Aβ and tau pathology. Learn how this line of study may lead to new therapeutics and diagnostic testing for Alzheim ...…
 
David M. Holtzman, MD of the Washington University School of Medicine discusses the mechanisms underlying neurodegeneration and how microglia and specific microglial genes such as TREM2 influence neurodegeneration in the setting of Aβ and tau pathology. Learn how this line of study may lead to new therapeutics and diagnostic testing for Alzheim ...…
 
David M. Holtzman, MD of the Washington University School of Medicine discusses the mechanisms underlying neurodegeneration and how microglia and specific microglial genes such as TREM2 influence neurodegeneration in the setting of Aβ and tau pathology. Learn how this line of study may lead to new therapeutics and diagnostic testing for Alzheim ...…
 
Marius Wernig, MD, PhD, discusses how his lab has worked to convert non-neuronal cell types (lymphocytes, pluripotent stem cells, fibroblasts, hepatocytes, lymphocytes) to neurons. The lab is now working on identifying the molecular mechanisms underlying induced lineage fate changes, the phenotypic consequences of disease-causing mutations in h ...…
 
Marius Wernig, MD, PhD, discusses how his lab has worked to convert non-neuronal cell types (lymphocytes, pluripotent stem cells, fibroblasts, hepatocytes, lymphocytes) to neurons. The lab is now working on identifying the molecular mechanisms underlying induced lineage fate changes, the phenotypic consequences of disease-causing mutations in h ...…
 
Younger Lagoon Reserve is one of the few relatively undisturbed wetlands remaining along the California Central Coast. Located on the UC Santa Cruz Coastal Science Campus, the natural reserve’s 25-acre lagoon and 47-acre "terrace lands" protect eight unique habitats, including freshwater marsh, saltwater marsh, riparian willow, coastal strand ( ...…
 
Marius Wernig, MD, PhD, discusses how his lab has worked to convert non-neuronal cell types (lymphocytes, pluripotent stem cells, fibroblasts, hepatocytes, lymphocytes) to neurons. The lab is now working on identifying the molecular mechanisms underlying induced lineage fate changes, the phenotypic consequences of disease-causing mutations in h ...…
 
Younger Lagoon Reserve is one of the few relatively undisturbed wetlands remaining along the California Central Coast. Located on the UC Santa Cruz Coastal Science Campus, the natural reserve’s 25-acre lagoon and 47-acre "terrace lands" protect eight unique habitats, including freshwater marsh, saltwater marsh, riparian willow, coastal strand ( ...…
 
Marius Wernig, MD, PhD, discusses how his lab has worked to convert non-neuronal cell types (lymphocytes, pluripotent stem cells, fibroblasts, hepatocytes, lymphocytes) to neurons. The lab is now working on identifying the molecular mechanisms underlying induced lineage fate changes, the phenotypic consequences of disease-causing mutations in h ...…
 
Stem Cell research could unlock the mystery of what makes the human brain special. Researcher Alysson Muotri is using stem cells to grow tiny versions of developing human brains in his lab to study everything from autism to the Zika virus. His lab is even looking into how space flight impacts brain development. Series: "Health Matters" [Show ID ...…
 
Stem Cell research could unlock the mystery of what makes the human brain special. Researcher Alysson Muotri is using stem cells to grow tiny versions of developing human brains in his lab to study everything from autism to the Zika virus. His lab is even looking into how space flight impacts brain development. Series: "Health Matters" [Show ID ...…
 
Stem Cell research could unlock the mystery of what makes the human brain special. Researcher Alysson Muotri is using stem cells to grow tiny versions of developing human brains in his lab to study everything from autism to the Zika virus. His lab is even looking into how space flight impacts brain development. Series: "Health Matters" [Show ID ...…
 
Stem Cell research could unlock the mystery of what makes the human brain special. Researcher Alysson Muotri is using stem cells to grow tiny versions of developing human brains in his lab to study everything from autism to the Zika virus. His lab is even looking into how space flight impacts brain development. Series: "Health Matters" [Show ID ...…
 
Ours is a water planet. Technology is shaping our uses, both as foe and ally. It has made humans the dominant predator and provides us food, gives us half the oxygen we breathe and created many maritime jobs. But technology has also raised CO2 levels, caused acidic oceans, threatened ocean biodiversity and created grand climate challenges. UCSB ...…
 
Researcher Stephen McCabe is at the forefront of efforts to save Dudleya, a charismatic and rare plant from the hands of poachers—and possible extinction. Series: "UCTV Prime" [Show ID: 35254]By UCTV: UC Santa Cruz.
 
Ours is a water planet. Technology is shaping our uses, both as foe and ally. It has made humans the dominant predator and provides us food, gives us half the oxygen we breathe and created many maritime jobs. But technology has also raised CO2 levels, caused acidic oceans, threatened ocean biodiversity and created grand climate challenges. UCSB ...…
 
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