Endorsed by the federal government, unmanned drones are now buzzing over Yolo County; and the weapons they use could help farmers grow better crops.
Kabang, the Philippine dog that suffered a severely injured snout and upper-jaw while saving two girls from being hit by a motorcycle in 2011, has been released from the hospital.
The material works like human skin. The sweat is funneled through chambers in the fabric and spots in the fabric attract that sweat.
The black gnats are more commonly known as no-see-ums for a very good reason—they’re smaller than the tip of a pin. UC Davis professor Lynn Kimsey tells us it’s a banner year for these bothersome bugs.
Medical staff and students work with life-like mannequin simulators and surgical robots to advance training.
As unions and administrators continue to negotiate a contract, 13,000 workers ranging from MRI techs to orderlies will walk off the job next Tuesday and Wednesday, including at U.C. Davis.
Kathleen Guiney believes informatics can help revolutionize the health industry.
UC Davis law students will be addressed by Rep. Nancy Pelosi during the commencement address of their May graduation.
Nursing and Quality Coordinator Terri Wolf explains why education is key to great patient care.
Hundreds of people enjoyed the sunshine out at UC Davis, for the 99th Annual Picnic Day.
New developments are emerging in the case against a UC Davis researcher accused of explosives and weapons charges.
Sports fans across the country got a chance to see the UC Davis basketball team in action Thursday night as the Aggies hosted their first nationally televised game in school history on ESPN 2.