Fresno’s ABC 30 interviews John Adaska, branch chief at the new lab.

New animal health-food safety lab dedicated

Lab devoted to protecting farm animals, the food supply and the public against new and emerging diseases.

UC apples doughnuts

How to break the junk food habit

Sugar may be addictive, but you can break free.

The Alex A. Ardans Tulare Branch Laboratory System.

New diagnostic lab to be dedicated in California's ag heartland

Lab devoted to protecting farm animals, the food supply and the public against new and emerging diseases.

Soda not only is made up empty calories, but it also provides no beneficial nutrient intake whatsoever, said UCLA’s Dana Hunnes.

Do soda taxes help curb obesity?

UCLA dietitians weigh in.

The center focuses on improving the health and safety of farmers and farmworkers like these shown harvesting a lettuce field.

UC Davis center receives $10M to continue improving ag health and safety

Center provides practical solutions for farmers, farmworkers and communities.

As part of its commitment to fighting hunger, UC Irvine will supplement its year-old food pantry stocked with nonperishable goods for students in need with free, monthly farmers markets that allow access to fresh produce.

UC students build awareness about campus food resources

Food Day activities highlight campus resources available to ensure food security for UC students.

The South American palm Weevil has recently spread to San Diego County.

Is Palmageddon coming to California?

Symposium set for Oct. 26 to talk about an invasive weevil that threatens California's palm trees.

UC Davis plant geneticist Dario Cantu used a new sequencing technology and computer algorithm to produce a high-quality draft genome sequence of the cabernet sauvignon wine grape.

Breakthrough paves way for climate-tolerant wine grape varieties

Success of new genome assembly also shown on other plants.

A Japanese beetle munches a leaf.

Diversity as natural pesticide

Why insect pests love monocultures, and how plant diversity could change that.

UC Davis agroforestry

How scientists are taking on the global food crisis

Amid a changing climate, researchers race to develop staple crops that resist heat, drought and disease.

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