The Best 300 Professors, in the Princeton Review, includes one from UC Davis: Thomas Famula, who teaches the introductory course in animal science, ANS 1.
A UC Davis graduate student won first place in the Alltech Young Scientist competition in North America for her work on the use of trace mineral feeding to mitigate greenhouse gases from cattle production systems.
The phrase "dull as dirt" does not apply to professor Randy Dahlgren's soil science classes. Time and again on his student evaluations, the words "enthusiasm," "passion" and "energy" pop up.
One hundred fifty years of agricultural land use, urban development, and water diversion have simplified habitats and altered stream flows, making today’s rivers very different from those in which California’s native fishes evolved.
Nitrate in drinking water raises health concerns for rural Californians
Expanding on the need for fundamental shifts in policy to recover populations of Central Valley salmon using integrated management approaches
Lake Tahoe clarity improved in 2011, but overall has remained nearly stable since 2000, according to UC Davis scientists who study the lake.
UC Davis students will share stories and experiences about working with nongovernmental organizations to alleviate poverty and inequity in East Africa and Peru.
A gene fusion research project led by a University of California, Davis, plant scientist delivers a one-two punch to Pierce's disease, a deadly threat to California's world-renowned wine industry.
Compared to monogamous societies, polygamous cultures see more rape, kidnapping, murder, assault, robbery, fraud, child neglect and child abuse, a new UC Davis study suggests.
Students take care of animals in exchange for housing
UC advisors and specialists, farmers, scientists and agriculture professionals gathered January 27, 2012 in Clovis to launch an organization that could save farmers time and money, and reduce their impact on the environment.
Three CA&ES professors are among the six UC Davis faculty members newly named as AAAS fellows
The University of California, Davis, is participating in a large-scale research effort aimed at preventing potentially fatal illnesses linked to E. coli bacteria.
A better understanding of how algae can be used to make biofuels is the aim of a new joint project between UC Davis and the University of Tokyo, Japan.
Small-farm operators in Africa to reap the benefits from two $1 million grants supporting research for indigenous African vegetables, awarded by the Horticulture Collaborative Research Support Program in UC Davis' Department of Plant Sciences.
Some 300 growers, ranchers, and other individuals involved in the food and agriculture field are expected to participate in the Jan. 27 California Ag Summit at UC Davis.