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A 120-room hotel and conference center is prooposed at the current site of the 43-room University Inn and Suites Hotel in Davis.
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The bottles sell for $200 a piece. Jefferson's Ocean bourbon is aged on the high seas, a technique that takes advantage of basic physical chemistry.
U.S. News' latest ranking places the full-time MBA program at No. 41, placing it among the top 9% of the 453 Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International's accredited full-time MBA programs surveyed.
Not quite desert roses, two new species of desert poppies from North America amaze with their simple beauty.
The University of California gave $2.5 million total to four projects at its campuses, including $541,000 for a program at UC Davis.
Leonard Abbeduto, director of the UC Davis MIND Institute, announced that with the coveted designation as an Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Research Center, "We also become part of a network of 14 other centers that collaborate beyond what one center can do on its own."
Earthquakes seem like they're only a coastal threat, but scientists at UC Davis are studying what would happen if one hit the Delta-which supplies water 25 million people in California.
Redding police said Monday that the woman told them she had flooded her house with natural gas before lighting a flame in an attempt to kill herself.
Fresh banana, a waft of flowers, blueberry: the scents in some labs are a little sweeter than most.
A mouse embryo formed with Stimulus-Triggered Acquisition of Pluripotency cells is seen in this undated image released by RIKEN Center for Developmental Biology on January 28, 2014.
The hunt is on to find biomarkers that detect cancer, but it's a challenging process.
The man fatally shot by Sacramento police aboard a light-rail train Saturday night lunged at officers with a knife and implored them to shoot him, police said Sunday.
Timmy Global Health can't help all of the world's underserved people get the access they need to health care, but today it's making a huge difference for people in the six countries it serves.
Mesa Community Alliance has filed a lawsuit against State Parks’ Off-Highway Motor Vehicle Recreation Division and the county Board of Supervisors over PM10 air pollution on the Nipomo Mesa and in Oceano.
In her second novel, Yiyun Li , the award-winning author and UC Davis professor of English, has written a strange sort of love letter to Beijing wrapped in a murder mystery.