Well before members of the Class of 2019 graduate, they — and other students — will enjoy major new facilities on campus.
Their fields of study are very different: the evolution of marine invertebrates that date back more than 500 million years and the quest to make a new generation of biofuels from yeast.
When Naomi Williams entered UC Davis’ Masters in Creative Writing Program in 2005, she had already started a novel based on an 18th century French voyage of discovery.
Warm weather means outdoor grilling, bringing families and friends together for fun, sun and good food.
Looking at a troop of baboons, it’s easy to see who the leaders are. They get the first shot at food and mates, and just act like the bosses.
To build her career, UC Davis senior Maria Muñoz will soon trade her graduation cap and gown for a hard hat and work boots.
Members of the UC Davis Oiled Wildlife Care Network were in Alaska, attending a conference about the effects of oil on wildlife, when the real thing came pouring out of a ruptured pipeline in Santa