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UC Merced Professor Abbas Ghassemi tweeted images calling out "IsraHell" and the "Zionist brain."

Uni. of California professor deletes Twitter account full of antisemitism

On June 14, Ghassemi tweeted “… reality bites!!!!!!” along with a photo of a “Zionist brain” with labels such as “frontal money lobe,” “Holocaust memory centre” and “world domination lobe.”

Leila Khaled

Israeli law firm demands California uni. drop PLFP hijacker as speaker

Plane hijacker Leila Khaled is due to address San Francisco State University's Arab and Muslim Ethnicities and Diasporas study program on September 23.

Ignorance on Zionism leads to antisemitism

The dramatic change in campuses like USC that were previously beacons of hope for Jewish students demonstrates how severe the situation is with rise in antisemitism.

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Groundbreaking blood test can detect cancer years before symptoms appear

Developed by a Sino-US startup, the groundbreaking new blood test is referred to as PanSeer.

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Chinese military scientist arrested at US airport, stole US lab research

Wang was bringing studies with him from the University of California lab to share with his PLA colleagues and had already sent research to China via email.

International House, Davis, California

UC Davis student government president vetoes boycott Israel resolution

The Associated Students, University of California Davis, or ASUCD, had passed the measure in a 5-4 vote with one abstention


BDS petition blames Israel for US police brutality

The petition was circulated online and signed by hundreds of campus organizations and individuals, which included among other demands for abolishing US police forces.

UC Irvine Student Senate repeals BDS resolution

The University of California, Irvine, student senate has voted to repeal a 2012 resolution calling for the university to divest from companies conducting business with Israel.


BGU and UC Davis researchers use AI to grow more resistant crops

The experts have focused on using artificial intelligence techniques to help identify cellular reactions that indicate how tomatoes and other crops handle different climate conditions.

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