A new app developed by a UC Davis researcher is designed to help drought-conscious Californians aware of how much water they use when they shower.
The move comes after the Sacramento-Yolo Vector Control District noticed a significant uptick in dead birds and mosquitoes testing positive for the potentially deadly virus.
Researchers at UC Davis are warning of an invasion of water snakes, threatening to put a strain on California’s native and endangered species.
Always interested in finding clues, Andrew Rigopoulis and his wife took close notice of the autism study that found pregnant women who lived near farms where pesticides were used had a two-thirds higher risk of having children with autism.
Ashley Coates, 22, is not only only graduating with a double major in a field dominated by men, she’s doing it at the top of her class.
Students, faculty and community members gathered to remember the six students who lost their lives during Saturday’s rampage.
She says when owners want to stay away from drugs or go beyond conventional methods of treating pain in horses, they come here for chiropractic and acupuncture treatment.
It’s a campus-wide call-out to help track down a racist vandal. UC Davis police say a prominent professor was the target of a hate crime.
Democratic Assemblyman Wesley Chesbro of Arcata says some viticulture students cannot graduate in four years because certain classes are restricted to students 21 and older.
The hot temperatures are making the drought harder to handle and manage, especially for a group of scientists working to study water usage.
Students taking a course in winemaking currently can’t taste the fruits of their labor, but UC Davis is out to change the rules by co-sponsoring a new bill.
Shackled and facing serious felony charges, UC Davis Police say Eric Bowling used his cellphone to harass at least a dozen victims through text messages throughout the UC Davis community.