This year's class of UC Global Food Initiative student fellows includes returning fellows (left) Hannah Malan of UCLA and Holly Mayton of UC Riverside, who participated last spring in a GFI fellows' field trip to Full Belly Farm in the Capay Valley.

Student fellows help shape future of food

This year's class of 55 UC Global Food Initiative student fellows includes 14 returnees.

The winning team in the UC World Food Day Video Challenge: (From left) Umayr Sufi, Irwin Donis-Gonzalez and Carlos Orozco-Gonzalez.

Rising to the challenge: World Food Day video prizes awarded

Top prizes in UC-wide competition go to UC Davis students.

Elise Brockett, student assistant, plants African vegetable seedlings at the Horticulture Innovation Lab Demonstration Center at UC Davis.

World Food Day: Challenge accepted

UC Davis to host a number of events highlighting efforts to improve and increase the global food supply.

Produce

Global Food Initiative making its mark

Initiative addresses how to sustainably and nutritiously feed a world population expected to reach 8 billion by 2025.

UC Davis phone wine

Wine industry leaders optimistic as millennials opt for premium wines

It turns out young people are willing to trade in beer cans for a glass of wine.

Methyl bromide has been used by growers since the 1970s to control soil pathogens, weeds and nematodes. Pictured are pathogen-infected plants in a buffer zone where fumigants can't be applied.

Pesticide predicament for California's strawberry growers

UC Santa Cruz professor examines challenges as popular chemical is phased out.

Back to the roots UC

How do you grow an entrepreneur?

UC startup Back to the Roots offers a master class.

An Asian citrus psyllid nymph.

Summit to focus on devastating citrus disease

UC Riverside will host summit Oct. 4 and 5 to discuss research on citrus greening disease.

Ecologist Chelsea Rochman found plastic and fibrous debris in 25 percent of the fish sold in Indonesian and California markets.

How plastic ends up in our seafood and what you can do about it

The surprising ways that you may be contributing to plastic pollution.

The images third from the bottom and at the bottom show fruit, vegetables and flowers treated with pathogen gene-targeting RNA molecules. The other images represent various control methods.

Putting mold on hold

Researchers develop strategy that could lead to eco-friendly fungicide to fight pathogens that cause billions in crop losses.

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