Creating the perfect peck of peppers
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Creating the perfect peck of peppers

UC Davis students use plant breeding methods to improve characteristics of vegetables Imagine a pepper…

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UC Davis’ unique method to treat humans, pets
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UC Davis’ unique method to treat humans, pets

Veterinary Institute for Regenerative Cures, School of Medicine collaborate to find treatments By using what…

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Migratory songbirds, genetics, climate change
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Migratory songbirds, genetics, climate change

Study part of broader Bird Genoscape Project led by UCLA An article published in January…

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Genetically Modified Food For Thought
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Genetically Modified Food For Thought

Film “Food Evolution” highlights major disconnect between public opinion and scientists’ consensus Food is a…

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Biodiversity Day
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Biodiversity Day

Guide to all 12 museums, collections Across the UC Davis campus on Saturday, Feb. 17,…

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Career Fair: STEM students seek connections
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Career Fair: STEM students seek connections

Aggies connected with potential employers including US Department of Veterans Affairs, CA Resource Board, Amazon…

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Firehawks more than myth
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Firehawks more than myth

Indigenous knowledge of birds spreading fires rediscovered in Australia The type of environment, climate, vegetation…

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Solar energy development in unconventional zones
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Solar energy development in unconventional zones

Agricultural land can be spared while allowing solar energy to flourish A case study in…

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Natural killer immune cells could combat cancer
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Natural killer immune cells could combat cancer

UC Davis investigators awarded $1.2 million grant to study immune cell activity in stem cell…

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Owls Collateral Damage on Illegal Marijuana Farms
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Owls Collateral Damage on Illegal Marijuana Farms

Increased rat poison in forest areas harms spotted owls and barred owls The impact of…

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When solitary creatures are social
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When solitary creatures are social

Mountain lions have more complex social relationships than previously thought Mountain lions have been known…

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What it takes to land on mars
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What it takes to land on mars

UC Davis alumnus, Chief Engineer for the Mars 2020 mission, speaks to Aggies about what…

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Full-body PET scanning
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Full-body PET scanning

New device will be up to 40x more sensitive than standard scanners A team of…

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Applying virtual and augmented reality
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Applying virtual and augmented reality

How 3-D technology is being adopted by researchers in different fields The UC Davis Center…

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Fighting climate change with diet
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Fighting climate change with diet

A decreased consumption in meat is thought to be better for the environment It’s well-established…

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