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Scientists at the University of California, Davis and Harvard University are proposing a new type of planetary object called a synestia.
A report by The University of California, Davis says, if present trends continue, 74 percent of California’s native salmon, steelhead, and trout species are likely to be extinct in 100 years, and 45 percent could be extinct in 50 years.
A team of UC Davis students are tackling the California drought through innovative housing design with their entry for the U.S. Department of Energy’s 2017 Solar Decathlon.
An ingenious group of UC Davis students are proving you can create a jumbo, organic, jalapeño “popper,” perfect for stuffing with rice, vegetables, protein and cheese. For the last four years, the young scientists have been making crosses and developing a new variety of pepper with the taste and texture of a jalapeño, an extra-large cavity, and the right traits to thrive on organic farms.
The consequences are important: ultimately, understanding how California’s native bumblebees respond to changes in the environment and the availability of flowers, and how we can protect these insects that are so vital to both agriculture and wild plants.
People as young as their 40s have stiffening of the arteries that is associated with subtle structural damage to the brain that is implicated in cognitive decline and Alzheimer’s disease later in life.
Successful approach by UC Davis team shows diminished neuron loss, reduced symptoms and extended life in animal models of Huntington's disease.
San Francisco-based startup Tule, created a sensor and monitoring system that is installed above crop canopies that can accurately tell growers how much water their plants are using and even when and how much to apply.

The University of California–Davis (UCD) is a large research institution with over 26,000 undergraduate students. Nearly 60 percent of students are pursuing a major in STEM (science, technology, engineering, or mathematics).

A group of undergraduate students from the University of California, Davis, built a biosensor to provide an effective, inexpensive way to evaluate the chemical profile of oil.