Stan Woosley of the University of California, Santa Cruz agrees.
What does UCSC stand for?
UCSC stands for University of California, Santa Cruz (since 1965; Santa Cruz, California)
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We have 27 other meanings of UCSC in our Acronym Attic
- University of California at Santa Barbara
- University of California, Southern Branch (now University of California at Los Angeles)
- University of Casual Sex and Beer
- Urusharta Cemerlang Sdn. Bhd. (Malaysian real estate)
- University of California Santa Barbara College
- Universal Computer Source Code
- Universita Cattolica Sacro Cuore (Italian: Sacred Heart Catholic University)
- University Classified Staff Council (University of Texas Houston, Texas Medical Center)
- University Code of Student Conduct (various schools)
- University of Calgary Swim Club (Alberta, Canada)
- University of Colombo School of Computing (Colombo, Sri Lanka)
- University of South Carolina
- Upper Coomera State College (Upper Coomera, Queensland, Australia)
- Ultra Cool Sexy Dudes
- University of California, San Diego (La Jolla, California)
- University of California, Sunny Dale (Buffy the Vampire Slayer, fictional)
- Urbana-Champaign Sanitary District (Illinois)
- Urbandale Community School District (Iowa)
- User Centered System Design
- Utica City School District (New York)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Rather than coding for a protein, as about half of known genes do, the newly discovered gene regulates the assembly of an RNA molecule that ultimately affects cell migration to critical brain areas before birth, reports a team led by molecular biologist David Haussler of the University of California, Santa Cruz.
The Rick Hooper Scholarship Fund was established to honor Rick and his tremendous efforts to work through the difficult issues that continue to define the Middle East," said University of California, Santa Cruz, spokesman Jim Burns.
James Estes of the University of California, Santa Cruz agrees that the work is important to fisheries management.