UC Davis researchers have uncovered important genetic clues about the pathogen that causes grape powdery mildew, among the most destructive vineyard pest throughout California and the world.

Fighting powdery mildew on grapes

A discovery by UC Davis researchers is helping combat costly grape powdery mildew damage.
UC Davis/Mars symposium

Videos available from UC Davis/Mars symposium on innovation in food and health

Symposium marks launch of the Innovation Institute for Food and Health.
Barbara Allen-Diaz receives Frederick G. Renner Award. From left, Amy Ganguli, David Diaz, Allen-Diaz, Fee Busby and Maria Fernandez-Gimenez.

ANR VP honored by range management professionals

Barbara Allen-Diaz is the first female member to receive the Society for Range Management's highest honor.

Student-athletes share scrambler recipes in dining commons

UC Davis women's soccer and men's golf teams square off in friendly competition Feb. 4 that promotes good nutrition.

Students step up to address food issues

UC Global Food Initiative student fellows discuss projects at UC Irvine open house.
Kids learning about healthy eating

Comprehensive program helps improve children's eating habits

Obesity has decreased among Sacramento County school children since Shaping Healthy Choices implemented.
(From left) Mark Bittman, Michael Pollan and Garrison Sposito talk at the kickoff of the Edible Education course at UC Berkeley.

Food education streams into the spotlight

The Edible Education 101 course at UC Berkeley kicked off Monday (Jan. 26) with a lecture by Michael Pollan not only for students but also live-streamed for the public.
lentils (iStock)

Lentils, a mighty force for improving the food system

'Lentil Underground,' a new book by a recent Ph.D. and ongoing researcher at UC Berkeley, makes the case that lentils could help restore American farmland and farmers whose soil and profits have been depleted by decades of industrial agriculture.
Potatoes

Q&A with Rose Hayden-Smith, UC Food Observer

UC has launched UC Food Observer, featuring must-read news on food policy, nutrition, agriculture and more. Find out more in this Q&A with UC Food Observer curator Rose Hayden-Smith, a UC academic, author and historian.
boiled egg (iStock)

Chemists find a way to unboil eggs

It may not improve your cooking, but it could reduce costs for cancer treatments, food production and other segments of biotech.

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