Judy receives the 2013 Chancellor’s Award for Public Service.
Grad student Susan Tremblay has been breaking up rocks from the Caldecott Tunnel fourth bore project to find microfossils.
This past semester grad student Ashley Poust has spent a lot of time in the prep lab working with the Caldecott Tunnel fossils.
Assistant Professor Cindy Looy and grad student Dori Contreras visit the National Museum of Natural History in our nation’s capitol for different reasons.
Documents found with the extensive US Geological Survey Menlo Park Invertebrate Collection add value to the specimens.
See how the Looy Lab is using Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory’s synchrotron to look at fossils inside rocks.
Lisa White brings evolutionary science to an Oakland, California, middle school as part of the 2013 Darwin Day Roadshow.
Read a San Francisco Chronicle story about a rare, beautiful, and so far unnamed species of octopus studied by Roy Caldwell and colleagues.
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