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Freeway Pollution Stretches Far
A KCET blog reported Wednesday on research led by Suzanne Paulson, professor of atmospheric and oceanic sciences and a member of UCLA's Institute of the Environment and Sustainability, showing that roughly a quarter of Los Angeles residents are exposed to noxious freeway fumes almost every morning. Paulson was quoted.

Learning From Past Societies
Japan’s Kyodo News reported on "The World Until Yesterday," a new book by Jared Diamond, UCLA professor of geography and physiology, that explores what traditional societies can teach modern industrialized civilization in the way of health habits, social interaction and politics.

Robert Wayne
Wayne, UCLA professor of ecology and evolutionary biology, was quoted in a Los Angeles Times article about the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's plants to drop gray wolves from its endangered list.

Rajit Gadh
Professor Gadh provided a comprehensive discussion with the opportunities and developments in relation to smart grid technology as it is currently being done in the United States at the 2nd Philippine Investment Roadshow held in Los Angeles on April 24.