The first public genome sequence for Coffee arabica, the species responsible for more than 70 percent of global coffee production, was released today by researchers at the University of California, Davis.
Thanks to the Putah Creek Nestbox Highway, there are more songbirds in Northern California.
Taiko Tempo Tuner, Environmental Enthusiast and Bee Lover MAJOR:Biological Systems Engineering COLLEGE:Engineering
See what CA&ES has to offer and hear from our dean, our faculty, and our students.
Health Focused Future Cancer Curer Dedicated Daughter MAJOR: Nutrition Science COLLEGE: Agricultural and Environmental Sciences PROGRAMS: Chair, Battle Heart Disease Fair at UC Davis Wears Red
Ag Engineer Convert/ Ibn Battuta Imitator/ Triathlon Enthusiast Title: Professor, Biological and Agricultural Engineering; Faculty Director, UC Davis Study Abroad, UCEAP and Independent Programs
Spoken Word Poet Community Advocate Devoted Son DEGREE: M.S., Community Development TITLE: Program Coordinator, Cross Cultural Center COLLEGE: College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences
Making Science Out of Fire at Stebbins Cold Canyon Natural Reserve
TITLE: Market Garden Coordinator, UC Davis Student Farm; Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) Coordinator, Agricultural Sustainability Institute COLLEGE: College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences
DEGREE: B.S., Sustainable Agriculture and Food Systems COLLEGE: Agricultural and Environmental Sciences PROGRAMS: Student Farm; Lead, Fresh Focus Pantry Project
Sustainable wine making at the Jackson Family Wines.
Through internships, jobs, and research activities, many of our students receive a hands-on learning experience at UC Davis.
Bottling wine at the Bronco Wine Company winery in Ceres, California.
Postharvest training and education at UC Davis.
UC Davis Study Abroad provides every UC Davis student the opportunity to graduate with an international experience.
Fresh Focus brings campus-grown produce to students using a food pantry at UC Davis.
UC Davis works with California growers, ranchers and producers to promote healthy, sustainable agriculture. From our land-grant university tradition to our renowned College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences and School of Veterinary Medicine, UC Davis is growing the future of agriculture with farmers like the Mullers every day.
California produces 96 percent of the country's processed tomatoes. Growers collaborate with UC Davis to keep up with crop management.
UC Davis Cooperative Extension Specialist Carlos Crisosto works with growers like Mike Thurlow and packagers to pick peaches and other stone fruits later in the season. By letting it ripen before being shipped to grocery stores, the fruit is consistently sweeter, better tasting and not mealy.
Scientists from the University of California, Davis, have discovered the function of a gene that allows wheat to discern the length of each day and night. When they knocked out the gene, wheat flowering was delayed for more than 100 days.
Plant scientist Paul Gepts and his research team hope to develop a hardy, nutritious bean that thrives with less water.
A number of UC Davis faculty address how the World Food Center will foster global collaboration and focus the university's resources and renowned experts on food challenges that threaten our environment, society and health.
There's only one UC Davis. From the waters of Lake Tahoe to the stage of the Robert and Margrit Mondavi Center for the Performing Arts, the community of UC Davis is working together to change the world and each other.
An inside look at how the 2013-14 drought in Northern California has affected a family-owned and operated cattle & hay ranch in Sierra Valley.
The cobra lily (Darlingtonia californica) is a patient and devious predatory plant native to Northern California and Southern Oregon.
Amanda Plunkett, an animal science major, talks about her job at the Swine Facility, and how it relates to her ambition to be a veterinarian. Produced in March 2008.
An overview of dry bean production in California, including the nutrition of beans.
A sandbox equipped with a Kinect 3D camera and a projector to project a real-time colored topographic map with contour lines onto the sand surface.
UC ANR and the UC Davis Center for Watershed Sciences created this package of 15 videos with UC Davis “tour guides.”
Listen to how farmers and ranchers are coping with the California drought (and visit the Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/voicesfromthedrought).