UCLA sushi fraud

Bait and switch? Study finds fish fraud runs rampant

Half the time what’s on the menu at LA sushi restaurants is not what’s on your plate.

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Online toolkit offers resources to improve school nutrition

UC Global Food Initiative launches Good Food for Local Schools website.

UCSF sneakers New Year's resolutions

Scientific reasons for keeping your New Year’s resolutions

Added motivation from leading scientists to help you stick to your goals.

Wine writer Jancis Robinson has donated her personal papers to the UC Davis Library.

Wine writer Jancis Robinson donates personal papers to UC Davis

Her papers join UC Davis Library's collections of other prominent wine writers, top wine researchers and scientists, and wine industry leaders.

Preschoolers from the Orfalea Family Children’s Center at UCSB enter the campus Greenhouse & Garden Project for a lesson in gardening.

'Inside, outside and beyond'

UC Santa Barbara collaboration seeds sustainability in preschoolers.

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The most viral UC research of 2016

UC research comprised 14 of the 100 journal articles that got the most media attention in 2016. Take a look at what got the world talking.

UC Davis plant geneticist Jorge Dubcovsky examines one of the wheat plants being raised in an indoor growth chamber.

New grant funds search for wheat-yield genes

National Institute of Food and Agriculture grant to include training for future plant breeders.

Professor Charlie Bamforth, left, and brewer Joe Williams, second from left, confer as beer is brewed in the UC Davis brewery.

Sierra Nevada Brewing owners give $2M to UC Davis brewing program

Gift establishes endowment for a full-time staff brewing position.

Moderator Evan Kleiman, Robert Goldberg, Russ Parsons and Edward Parson talk about the controversy over genetic modifications of our food. Goldberg and Parson are UCLA professors.

UCLA professors defend GMOs

No known detrimental impacts have been found in genetically modified food.

UC Davis graduate student Priyesh Shetty uses the free produce from the Fruit and Veggie Up! program to supplement his diet.

Program distributes 10,000 pounds of produce to students

Offers donated fruits and vegetables for free.

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