Climate change is igniting a revolution in winemaking, and UC Davis' Andrew Walker is leading the charge.
Passionate about his sport and his profession, assistant professor Boaz Arzi finds the waves to be good medicine for the rigors of the operating room.
Economist Joseph Stiglitz and former Labor Secretary Robert Reich reminisce about their days in the Clinton Administration. Get a dose of humor along with a lesson on the politics of income inequality across America.
Melbourne, Australia, cut its water use by half during its worst-ever drought without rate hikes.
The city's namesake oaks are no longer ubiquitous. A UC Berkeley professor is on a mission to bring back the leafy groves.
At national summit, experts look to find ways to help students overcome financial and legal hurdles.
California's college campuses are like mini-cities, and are on the leading edge of water conservation.
Honors go to a Ph.D. candidate at UC San Diego and UC Riverside students operating a free health clinic.
Four Aggies turned in beer for their final, and it won them top honors.
A new study demonstrates that an octopus’s skin possesses the same cellular mechanism for detecting light as its eyes do.
Four University of California medical centers are rated as high-performing in several common procedures in new rankings by U.S. News & World Report.
Chancellor Leland: The Golden State invested in a world-class campus in the Central Valley. Why give up on it now?
Reza Aslan is executive producer of Biblical production 'Of Kings and Prophets'; Robin Russin is script consultant.
Inspiration and practical message shows students how to make attending UC a reality.
Studies suggest that climate change might give rise to a new climate regime, one in which the years of low precipitation will be accompanied by warm conditions.
We are a land-rich but water-limited state, and increased supply leads to more demand.
Researchers testing effectiveness of Naltrexone: 'Results were about as good as you could hope for.'
The sense of something greater than the self encourages cooperative behavior.
Pell Grants and federal student loans are vital to UC’s success in enrolling and graduating significant numbers of low-income and first-generation students.
Routine mammograms will suffice for many women unless they are at high risk of developing cancer.