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1 hr ago | Business Journal
This is the University of California Davis School of Law building, with a sculpture in the foreground.
5 hrs ago | Wine Business Online
St. Helena, Napa Valley, CA - California farmers each year face challenges in competition for precious water resources, and now with one of the most severe drought cycles in history, this innovative new irrigation tool has come along just in time.
5 hrs ago | The Gardner News and The Spring Hill ...
Tara Markley 4-H Youth Development agent The first Johnson County 4-H Gardening SPIN just finished.
8 hrs ago | Counterpunch
Perhaps nothing symbolizes the decline of the New Yorker magazine more than the hatchet job on Vandana Shiva that appears in the latest issue .
Protesters at UC Davis are doused with pepper spray during an incident that caught national attention and led to a suit by The Sacramento Bee.
The Putah Creek Council board of directors have appointed Carrie Shaw as executive director of the council, following Libby Earthman's five-year tenure.
The world's population is projected to top 9 billion by 2050, a 28 percent leap that will greatly increase the demand for food just as climate change is altering rainfall patterns and causing more frequent and widespread droughts.
At Sci-Mix on Monday, attendees could check out posters on hydrogenation reaction hazards, eye protection efficacy, and creating a student-based safety committee.
The University of California, Davis, is located immediately next to - across the street from - the city of Davis, California.
What is it that makes travel so addictive? Is it the promise of new experiences and the opportunity to meet people who are distinctly different than us? Or is it the hope that being pried from our comfort zone will reveal life's deeper lessons? Author Pam Houston explores how travel can transform us in her recent book, Contents May Have Shifted .
ACROSS CALIFORNIA TO BE VIGILANT OF SYSTEM'S -- OF SYMPTOMS FOR EBOLA. YOU SEE DAVIS IS AT THE CUTTING EDGE -- YOU SEE -- UC DAVIS IS AT THE CUTTING EDGE OF RESEARCH.
California not only has a drought problem, it also has a water allocation problem.
Explorations of how the microscopic communities that inhabit the human body might contribute to health or disease have moved from obscure to ubiquitous.
A new study out of UC Davis finds state officials have allocated at least five times more water -- through water rights -- than could ever be delivered by nature.
TUOLUMNE COUNTY - California's drought may lead to the extinction of a tiny fish holding onto dwindling habitat in Tuolumne County.
A meteorite breaks apart over the San Francisco Bay Area on Oct. 17, 2012 in this image, which is horizontally mirrored to show the time series, which runs from left to right.
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