A new discovery could make more tomatoes taste like heirlooms, reports an international research team headed by a UC Davis plant scientist.
UC Davis, the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, and local agriculture showcased at state geography conference
The UC Davis Geography Graduate Group co-hosted the California Geographical Society’s 66th annual conference, with more than 400 participants attending lectures, workshops, and field trips.
Outstanding graduate students in International Agricultural Development and Community Development were named the first recipients of the newly established Judy Erwin Graduate Award for Excellence.
Humans may be forcing an irreversible, planetary-scale tipping point that could severely impact fisheries, agriculture, clean water and much of what Earth needs to sustain its inhabitants.
The UC small farm program and the California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA) are teaming up to connect with county and regional fairs to celebrate California specialty crops.
Lisa Corsetto, a graduating senior with a double major in International Agricultural Development and Economics, has been named the recipient of the 2011-2012 College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences Medal for her academic excellence, university activism and community service.
Researchers at UC Davis, report that ancient farmers had a stronger impact on the evolution of maize, or corn, than modern plant breeders have had on the grain — now one of the world’s top production crops.
Researchers at the University of California, Davis, will join in an international research effort to develop new ways to diagnose, treat and prevent malnutrition in infants and children around the world.
CDFA teams-up with University of California to promote specialty crops at fairs this summer
Foam capping a glass of beer is a key component of beer quality and consumer satisfaction, writes brewing scientist Charles Bamforth of UC Davis, in a new book, "Foam."
Animal science students at the University of California, Davis, will showcase 14 horses in the auction arena during the 2012 Horse Production Sale, scheduled for June 23 on campus.
Three UC Davis students who are also Aggie Ambassadors for the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences (CA&ES) are among a dozen top national students selected for an agricultural leadership program.
A UC Davis agricultural economist will direct a $25 million program aimed at creating financial systems that can boost agricultural productivity and food security in developing countries.
Scientists, including two from UC Davis, warns that inadequate knowledge about the effects of deepwater oil well blowouts threatens scientists' ability to manage comparable future events.
Technology invented by a UC Davis researcher that converts solid waste into renewable energy is the first commercially available, high-solid anaerobic digestion system in the United States.
UC Davis’ global stewardship of agricultural biotechnology research and development gained even more stature recently with official recognition by the USDA’s Biotechnology Quality Management System.
Randy Dahlgren, professor in the Department of Land, Air and Water Resources, is the 2012 teaching prize winner.
The Princeton Review is known for its annual “best colleges” publication. Now comes The Best 300 Professors, including one from UC Davis: Thomas Famula, who teaches the introductory course in animal science, ANS 1.