Joshua Madrid

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Synopsys Blog
3D Medical Imaging & Machine Learning

The trends are clear regarding 3D medical imaging - the demand for high-quality 3D imaging and its processing is increasing while the number of medical professionals is declining. The Association of American Medical Colleges acknowledges that the U.S.

Josh Madrid

My perspective through photos.


The California Aggie
How are students adjusting in the pandemic era?

In-person classes and campus buildings have been closed for more than half of Spring Quarter. Some students stayed in Davis while others packed up and headed home. Either way, students' lifestyles have drastically changed, and they're trying to adjust to modified social networks and classroom experiences.

The California Aggie
UC Davis Professor Heghnar Watenpaugh awarded Guggenheim fellowship

On April 8, the John Simon Guggenheim Foundation awarded UC Davis art history professor Heghnar Watenpaugh with a fellowship to support her research on the medieval city of Ani on the present-day Turkey-Armenia border. She is one of the 175 artists, writers, scholars and scientists awarded a fellowship, selected from a pool of 3,000 applicants.

The California Aggie
How students, hair stylists are handling shelter-in-place orders

Yolo County officials extended the shelter-in-place order through May 31, with exceptions for religious drive-in services and construction, more than a month after the county issued the initial order. Social distancing measures have struck salons and barbershops in Davis as many students, the most substantial clientele, have gone home.

The California Aggie
Through the artist's eyes: Bianca Ocampo discusses life as a student singer

Dream-pop student music group Urbanation, headed by fourth-year psychology and communication double major Bianca Ocampo, has amassed an impressive following as they move toward the release of their indie-rock album, scheduled to be released later this year. The album touches on life as a student, and the band looked back on opening for Beach Fossils at ASUCD Entertainment Council's Winter Quarter event "Petrichor."

The California Aggie
Entertainment Council presents Beach Fossils

"Petrichor," the title of the event, describes the pleasant smell from rain after a long period of drought. Beach Fossils as well as the opening act, Urbanation, performed with a softness of falling water - a tasteful portrayal of the event theme.