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UC Davis microbiologists team with cheerleaders in getting microbes launched and onto the International Space Station.
The Sacramento Music Festival has announced its slate of headliners for its 2014 festival. The four- day festival opens on May 23 and runs through May 27.
Despite being one of the most traded commodities and most consumed beverages, coffee has few research centers in the U.S. The establishment of the Coffee Center at UC Davis is the latest addition.
At dawn, inside Taylor’s Market in Sacramento, Danny Johnson dons a white smock and wields the knives and cleavers that mark an old-time butcher.
A new museum at UC Davis will showcase work from the art department’s glory days in the 1960s and ’70s.
The building offers state of the art pulmonary labs, smoke inhalation rooms, and other research rooms that will likely put UC Davis at the top of universities using non-human primates for respiratory disease research.
Exposure to a group of insecticide chemicals called pyrethroids is increasing, with the insecticides found in two-thirds of adults, children and homes tested, according to a new study led by University of California, Davis, researchers.
For the first time in 20 years the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is proposing new rules to protect farmworkers, including setting a minimum age on workers handling pesticides, new whistleblower rules and annual training for farmworkers.
Renowned pianist Peter Serkin and the esteemed Orion String Quartet tackle a daring program in the opening concert of the 2014 New Millennium concert series.
The merged organization of the Sacramento Philharmonic and Opera announced today that its general director, Rob Tannenbaum, will leave the orchestra at the end of the season. Tannenbaum’s exit is the latest development in what has turned o...