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Showing Articles Tagged With: UC Davis
A new UC Davis study says the fourth year of drought is costing California's economy $2.7 billion and resulting in 21,000 job losses.
(AP) - The University of California Davis may soon be using dogs to sniff out cancer in patients as a result of innovative research that could help doctors make cancer diagnoses earlier.
Two Sacramento-area colleges have ramped up water conservation efforts in this fourth year of drought.
Warmer weather is bringing out snakes, including rattlesnakes, in Northern California.
Job prospects for college graduates in 2014 have improved along with the U.S. economy.
A new UC Davis study will analyze the bacteria in cats in the hopes of better understanding our pets and maybe ourselves.
A resource center that opened at UC Davis last Fall is creating a 'safe space' for the nearly 250 students on campus. A bill that passed the state Assembly Wednesday would require some California public colleges to create similar spaces.
Water experts at UC Davis said Tuesday that drought impacts will be worse in 2015 for the California agricultural industry.
A report from UC Davis said two of the most dangerous traffic spots for wildlife are in Northern California, including Sacramento.
A small endangered fish that plays a pivotal role in California’s water wars may well be on its way out. Populations of the Delta smelt have plummeted to their lowest levels ever.
The teaching vineyard at UC Davis gives students a 'real world' experience of growing grapes during a prolonged drought.
Thousands of juvenile salmon are now swimming down the Sacramento River. They're twice as big as other salmon hatched at the same time after spending the last month hanging out in a Yolo County rice field.
The endangered white abalone was once abundant along the California Coast. But decades of overfishing devastated the sea snail population. Researchers’ attempts to bring back the abalone are paying off.
Professor of animal science and Autism advocate, Mary Temple Grandin, is speaking in Davis this evening and joins us to talk about her work.
UPDATED Jan. 30, 6:50 A.M. A patient at UC Davis Medical Center in Sacramento is undergoing testing for Ebola. The Medical Center says as of yesterday evening, the patient was in good condition. Test results could take up to 72 hours.
Salmon rely on cool water temperatures and aquatic plants to survive. So California’s drought has hit them particularly hard. But UC Davis researchers have found one area where the fish are flourishing.
A UC Davis student is on a mission to stop food waste by placing a refrigerator in his front yard for neighbors to share leftovers.
California has one of the largest economies in the world. But a new study finds women don’t hold many leadership positions in the companies that drive it.
UC Davis has been studying viruses like Ebola for the past five years. Today, the school was awarded a $100million grant to continue researching viruses and how they are transmitted from animals to humans.
As the forecast for a wet December improves, a new study says only so much water can be stored by future dam or reservoir projects in California.
Some 130,000 people are licensed to hunt game birds in California. Some already know wild turkey hunting season opened this week. But they don't have to go to the woods to find the large birds. In urban areas, the number of wild turkeys is growing.
A team led by UC Davis researchers has made a fossil discovery in China that it says provides the missing link between a species that began on land and moved to the sea during the age of dinosaurs.
UC Davis has opened a new research center for mental health.
UC Davis is taking a closer look at autism in girls, and it’s looking for children to take part in the study.
Researchers say California has been overdrawing its water account for a century.
A discussion on the Ebola outbreak and other diseases.
Researchers at UC Davis fear that California’s drought may soon claim its first victim, the Red Hills Roach. The tiny fish is losing its water. Scientists fear it may soon be pushed to extinction.
A new UC Davis study finds this year's drought is the third most severe on record -- but the worst in terms of water losses for California farmers.
A new UC Davis report features how the state is impacted by the drought.
A report from UC Davis outlines the effects of the drought on the state and its agricultural industry.
Water snakes are invading some California waterways.
A UC Davis researcher explains the dramatic drop in the tri-colored blackbird population.
Students in a pilot accelerated program at the UC Davis School of Medicine will begin classes this summer.
About 100 Sacramento medical students will be able to put the title "Doctor" in front of their names after tomorrow.
A new study shows that California’s drought could result in severe economic losses for Central Valley farmers. The analysis also shows the drought will mean thousands of job losses.
California supplies virtually all of the nation’s sushi rice and half of it is exported. But of all the food crops in the state, rice is likely to be affected by the drought the most. The mere speculation of losses is already driving up prices.
The U.C. Davis Comprehensive Cancer Center says about half of Sacramento's Asian community has been immunized against Hepatitis B. Six years ago only about 20 percent were protected from the virus.
(AP) -- A UC Davis professor has won his second Pulitzer Prize in less than 20 years.
Picnic Day at UC Davis marks its 100th anniversary this weekend. After some difficult times, the school says the event has returned to its family-friendly roots.
Doctors at the UC Davis Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital are hoping to perform reconstructive surgery on a 9-month old collie who lost a jaw from a gunshot wound.
UC Davis is celebrating the completion of a new building on campus that researchers will use to study respiratory disease in monkeys. The school offered a tour of the new building and the primate breeding colony.
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