The UC Davis Coffee Center is the world's first academic research center focused on coffee, aiming to do for coffee what UC Davis has done for beer and wine. Learn more about the center and the plans researchers have for the center in the above video.
UC Davis technology going on display at MOSAC
The uEXPLORER total-body PET scanner mockup is now installed at the soon to open Museum of Science and Curiosity in Sacramento. Thanks George Burkett and all the team for making it happen! @SMUD_MOSAC @UCDRadiology @UCDavisBME @TotalBodyPET @UnitedImagingHC @ucdavis pic.twitter.com/1ZqbydnkoA— Simon Cherry (@SimonRCherry) November 8, 2021
What are kids breathing when they breathe dust?
When it comes to keeping kids safe, most parents do not think about household dust as a potential hazard. But dust can expose kids to a wide range of chemicals. A new UC Davis Health study funded by a grant from the Environmental Protection Agency will track which chemicals kids might accidentally ingest through household dust, and also how much they are ingesting.
Fire and football
I love working at #UCDavis for so many reasons! Today: Coach Hawkins & the Aggie football team presented me with a Fire Chief T “34” 🏈 jersey 😍. It was a memorable morning for this fan to be amongst some of our incredible student athletes! THANK YOU! #GoAgs pic.twitter.com/7CjAvfu4hE— Nathan Trauernicht (@FireChiefT) November 8, 2021
Cody Kitaura is a News and Media Relations Specialist in the Office of Strategic Communications, and can be reached by email or at 530-752-1932.