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The institution's principal publication for alumni, friends and physicians.
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Summer 2003 Issue
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Features
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IMAGE - THINKING SMALL

THINKING SMALL
Nanotechnology has captured the attention of five UC Davis researchers who hope to use synthetically engineered nanoparticles as a decoy that would block the human immunodeficiency virus from infecting human cells.
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  CREATING SYNTHETIC DRUGS  
    

   
IMAGE - THE DIRT ON CLEANLINESS

THE DIRT ON CLEANLINESS
It May Not be Bad for Your Health

  THE VALUE OF DUST

   
IMAGE - SPREADING THE WORD SPREADING THE WORD
With an $8 million grant from the National Cancer Institute, UC Davis is directing a nationwide battle against cancer in Asian Americans. A report from Seattle.
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IMAGE - LIGHTING THE WAY LIGHTING THE WAY
New devices in development at the Center for Biophotonics are using light to assess human health.
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IMAGE - MENDING BABIES' HEARTS MENDING BABIES' HEARTS
A little boy is growing up stronger and healthier than when he was born – thanks to his fighting spirit and a unique partnership between UC Davis and UC San Francisco.
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BETTER ODDS AGAINST CANCER
   
  OTTO FACES TOUGHEST FOE
   
  TRIBE FIGHTS DIABETES
   
  NEW LEADER JOINS DEAN'S OFFICE
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  A scanning tunneling microscope operated under ultra-high-vacuum conditions enables UC Davis researchers to visualize and manipulate materials atom by atom. With such unprecedented spatial resolution the researchers are developing advanced approaches to study HIV infection, diagnosis and treatment.  
"" Photograph - About the Cover - A scanning tunneling microscope operated under
ultra-high-vacuum conditions enables UC Davis researchers to visualize and manipulate materials atom by atom. With such unprecedented spatial resolution the researchers are developing advanced approaches to study HIV infection, diagnosis and treatment. ""
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UC Davis M.I.N.D. Institute Grand Opening

Saturday, April 12, 2003

2825 50th Street
Sacramento

Refreshments, games, music and tours

Visit www.mindinstitute.org
for details.

 
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