Members of the UC Davis women’s water polo team have plenty of war stories. With balls flying at 35 mph, some of those stories involve concussions.
Student government Vice President Bradley Bottoms says the student election committee made a mistake by giving students the option of abstaining, which affected how many votes actually counted.
The clarity of Lake Tahoe worsened a bit last year, but scientists say in the big picture it’s still positive news about a decade-long trend of stabilization in the azure mountain waters.
Researchers found that when uric acid—a compound in our urine—combines with chlorine, the result is two potentially dangerous chemical byproducts.
The Delta is mainly made up of sediment, and that doesn’t fare well when it comes to earthquakes. The concern is that a quake would wipe out sediment under the levees in a process called liquefaction.
Michael Bryson finished with 19 points and seven rebounds, and Zalmico Harmon added 11 points and six assists as UC Santa Barbara topped UC Davis 67-54 on Saturday night.
In the new 19,000-square-foot respiratory disease center, they’ll continue their work studying lung conditions on monkeys, which they say translates to better human health.
The numbers are rising: According to the Centers For Disease Control, 1 in 88 children is diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder.
The new chemical engineering class called Design of Coffee isn’t just for engineering students
Schools starting on the quarter system are starting a week later to accommodate the Jewish holidays Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. To make up for the late start, the break will be cut from three weeks to two.
Several police officers jumped in to break up a fight during the football game between UC Davis and Sacramento State on Saturday.
Some workers striking at UC Davis Medical Center crossed picket lines on Wednesday to help a patient who was having heart problems.