Undergraduate student team one of five finalists in Martian Agricultural and Plant Sciences project
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Undergraduate student team one of five finalists in Martian Agricultural and Plant Sciences project

Team created conceptual design for greenhouse on Mars Have you ever imagined living in a…

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How digital tools reinforce racial and ethnic bias
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How digital tools reinforce racial and ethnic bias

Research at UC Davis shows the dangers of algorithmic bias Digital tools are omnipresent in…

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Saving white abalone
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Saving white abalone

The White Abalone Recovery Program reaches huge milestones in their mission to recover wild and…

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Impacted chemistry labs leave staff, faculty searching for new ways to prioritize student learning
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Impacted chemistry labs leave staff, faculty searching for new ways to prioritize student learning

Summer school, heavier class loads solution for some Pass times frequently come and go and,…

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The Epic Saga Of How A Single two-inch Fish Saved A Population
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The Epic Saga Of How A Single two-inch Fish Saved A Population

New research explores how the Gulf Killifish adapted to deadly pollution in the Houston Ship…

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Is a heat wave coming to Davis? Did it rain in the East Indian Ocean?
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Is a heat wave coming to Davis? Did it rain in the East Indian Ocean?

New research shows that the notorious heat waves in the California Central Valley are connected…

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Nibbling away at discovery
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Nibbling away at discovery

Researchers find parasitic amoeba “nibble” on human cells to survive The image of a wolf…

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Measles is going viral
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Measles is going viral

As the measles virus spreads, the unvaccinated are left to the mercy of disease As…

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Paul Hastings
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Paul Hastings

Professor Hastings’ passion and involvement in the field of developmental psychology It was not science,…

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Raissa D’Souza
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Raissa D’Souza

A UC Davis professor makes revelations about her journey, as well as her research on…

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LeShelle May
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LeShelle May

How her childhood made her the assertive, innovative leader she is today One of the…

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Neil Schore
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Neil Schore

After 43 years at UC Davis, Neil Schore, a professor in the UC Davis Department…

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East Africa Protected Areas
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East Africa Protected Areas

Researchers find protected areas in East Africa do a good job of preventing human encroachment…

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Rare disease? There might be a mouse for it.
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Rare disease? There might be a mouse for it.

UC Davis Mouse Biology Program embarks on gene variant projects to model rare diseases When…

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New “Snap the Gap” Program to Mentor 15,000 Young Girls
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New “Snap the Gap” Program to Mentor 15,000 Young Girls

$1.1 million grant from Walt Disney Company given to UC Davis UC Davis has partnered…

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