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And you thought beer was expensive already: Declining barley production could make the beverage a luxury item.
Award-winning filmmaker will teach the band’s story through film, video and interviews with music industry executives.
Shuvo Roy is not content to just work on the world's first bioartificial kidney. Now he's doing the same for the pancreas.
Why do men seem to speak with more authority? Because we've engineered them to sound that way, says Tom McEnaney.
Silicon Valley's business models concentrate wealth, new research finds.
UC Davis professor Sarah Stewart — who literally shoots for the moon — is among five new UC-affiliated MacArthur fellows.
Health choices made easy, thanks to a new model that relies on data from your FitBit.
For the second year in a row, the EPA recognizes the University of California with a Green Power Leadership Award.
The UC Advocacy Network is looking for new ambassadors to represent UC student interests at the state Capitol.
A visit from civic and UC leaders has Stockton students excited to achieve college.
A new app developed by UC Santa Barbara researchers enables a smartphone to ID bacteria in just one hour.
‘The Trolley Problem’ is just one of the thought experiments that make the show tick.
Now that professor Norman Ellstrand has your attention, he’d like to teach you about plant reproduction.
More than two dozen UC students spent their summer engaged in voter education, registration, and outreach.
Olive oils can be appreciated like wines — and the UC Davis Olive Center wants you to have a taste.
Discover what brought some of UC's 54,000 extraordinary freshmen and transfer students to their new homes this week.
James Allison shares the 2018 Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine for discoveries he made at UC Berkeley that revolutionized the treatment of cancer.
New research reveals how sea otters hunt through the power of their paws and whiskers.
Are we rational? Sure. But crowd panics, market bubbles and other collective actions seem to be built into our species.