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Join us on Science Field Trips to Lawrence Livermore National Lab!
05/24/2017
Join a group of science teachers and middle and high school students on a field trip to Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) for the annual Science on Saturday (SOS) lecture series. Presented by leading LLNL researchers and supported by master high school science teachers, each topic highlights cutting-edge science occurring at the lab. Check out … Continue reading "Join us on Science Field Trips to Lawrence Livermore National Lab!"
Food Justice: Economics, Ethics, Access
05/22/2017
What a group! You know you’re watching something special when Dolores Huerta, the legendary co-founder of the United Farm Workers and Rose Hayden-Smith, the PhD author who writes the UC Food Observer blog are flanked by passionate leaders in healthcare, social justice, and organic farming – all talking about the policies and politics that lead … Continue reading "Food Justice: Economics, Ethics, Access"
Two New Programs on the UC Wellbeing Channel
05/19/2017
The UC Wellbeing Channel is the place to discover what top medical and scientific experts believe will lead to a mindful, balanced and healthy life. Whether it’s understanding the risks of eating genetically modified foods, as explained by Dave Schubert of the Salk Institute on Biological Studies (and backed up by peer-reviewed journal articles) or, … Continue reading "Two New Programs on the UC Wellbeing Channel"
The Politics of Food – Food Choice, Food Production and the Food Movement
05/17/2017
Behind every bite of food, there is a policy that influenced its production. Marion Nestle, NYU Professor and prize-winning author, finds a paradox in today’s global food system in that food insecurity or obesity threaten the health and welfare of half the world’s population yet there is an overabundant and overly competitive food system that … Continue reading "The Politics of Food – Food Choice, Food Production and the Food Movement"
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