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Two summers ago, the science world was agog over a physics discovery from far beneath the Alps of evidence of what seemed to be a long-sought elementary particle called a Higgs boson. Since that major discovery, UC Davis researchers have gone ba...
Carbon dioxide is a waste product of fuel burned in cars, but some UC Davis scientists are working to turn it back into fuel.
A festival in Sacramento’s Land Park will share information about solar cookers.
It’s the time of year for fun in the sun, but the Food and Drug Administration, as well as the American Cancer Society, recommend using sunscreen to help avoid sunburn and skin cancer. How does your sunscreen knowledge measure up?
Sandy Fanning had walked past the signs advertising shingles vaccinations outside her neighborhood Rite Aid for months, but she wasn’t concerned about getting shingles herself.
Study examined study participants cooking chicken in their own homes.
What makes one type of fireworks safe for consumers and another a hazard? Is the common sparkler just as dangerous as a Roman candle? You might be surprised.
As imports of illegal fireworks into California increase, fire officials urged Sacramento-area residents Wednesday to only use those certified as “safe and sane” and report “dangerous” fireworks.
California is mired in a drought, but Sacramento State is getting ready for rain.