Jan 8, 2019
The rehabilitation hospital will offer treatment for patients recovering from conditions such as stroke and spinal cord injury.
The university has met the final criteria to apply to become a federally designated Hispanic Serving Institution.
Aggie Compass helps provide solutions for food security, health and sustainability.
The Autism, Community and Technology initiative seeks to fill gaps in care and reduce health disparities.
Jan 7, 2019
Kurt Kornbluth has a knack for restoring vintage European cars.
To explain what consumers need to know to about food safety, we turn to our experts in food science and technology.
Entrepreneurial alumni are trying to solve real-world problems through their own technologies.
Badriyeh Mohamad Diab helps Aicha Mohammad Haarosh and Aya Samir Mouhammad sign up for the Article 26 Backpack.
UC Davis professor Ian Korf works with students to reach 50,000 words in a month.
Tips for minimizing food waste.
Greg Miller ’90 investigated Russia’s interference in the last U.S. presidential election as a reporter covering national security.
Paul Holes ’90 led the DNA matching effort that connected the dots in one of California’s most notorious crime sprees.
Tips for home security from the UC Davis Police Department.
The ASUCD Coffee House still provides inexpensive, made-from-scratch meals like it did when it opened in 1968.
The Aggie EVO program aims to help student-athletes transition to post-graduation careers.
Kristi Funk, M.D. ’96, discusses breast cancer prevention in her new book.
Some little-known fig facts, from a professor who teaches a course emphasizing the fruit’s versatility.
With cancer in remission, Mahalia White is working on her return to the UC Davis women’s volleyball team.
Karina Talamantes ’11 is a first-generation college graduate working as chief of staff for another Aggie alumna.
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