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1 hr ago | Boulder Weekly

Warming something up

The world's population is projected to top 9 billion by 2050, a 28 percent leap that will greatly increase the demand for food just as climate change is altering rainfall patterns and causing more frequent and widespread droughts.


Related Topix: Weather, Life, Fruits, Food, Vegetables, Natural Disasters, Drought, Davis, CA

2 hrs ago | Chemical & Engineering News

#Chemsafety scalability, sustainability, and transferability at #ACSSanFran

At Sci-Mix on Monday, attendees could check out posters on hydrogenation reaction hazards, eye protection efficacy, and creating a student-based safety committee.


Related Topix: Cornell University, San Francisco County, CA, San Francisco, CA, Davis, CA, Chemistry, Science, University of Washington

3 hrs ago | Crooked Timber

Coming soon, to a city near you

The University of California, Davis, is located immediately next to - across the street from - the city of Davis, California.


Related Topix: Davis, CA

9 hrs ago | Planet Jackson Hole

Author talks richness of the road

What is it that makes travel so addictive? Is it the promise of new experiences and the opportunity to meet people who are distinctly different than us? Or is it the hope that being pried from our comfort zone will reveal life's deeper lessons? Author Pam Houston explores how travel can transform us in her recent book, Contents May Have Shifted .


Related Topix: us Travel, Travel, Teton County, WY, Jackson, WY

13 hrs ago | Times-Standard

Coroner: Driver in fatal SR 36 accident on lethal level of meth

Results of a toxicology report released Wednesday showed the driver in last week's fatal State Route 36 crash was under the influence of more than three times the lethal level of methamphetamine, which could have caused him to have a heart attack, according to the Humboldt County Coroner's Office.


Related Topix: Humboldt County, CA, Fortuna, CA, Hydesville, CA

Wed Aug 20, 2014

KCRA-TV Sacramento

Infectious disease center searches for Ebola answers



Related Topix: Infectious Diseases, Medicine

The Daily Caller

Report: California Allocates More Water Rights Than It Has Actual Water

California not only has a drought problem, it also has a water allocation problem.


Related Topix: California, Weather, Natural Disasters, Drought, Davis, CA, US News, Conservative Political News


Microbiology: Microbiome science needs a healthy dose of scepticism

Explorations of how the microscopic communities that inhabit the human body might contribute to health or disease have moved from obscure to ubiquitous.


Related Topix: Microbiology, Biology, Science, Autism, Health, Davis, CA, Genetics, Medicine

NewsTalk 1530 KFBK

Study: California Allocates More Water than Naturally Available

A new study out of UC Davis finds state officials have allocated at least five times more water -- through water rights -- than could ever be delivered by nature.


CBS Local

California Drought Could Mean Extinction For Tiny Fish Species As Habitat Dries Up

TUOLUMNE COUNTY - California's drought may lead to the extinction of a tiny fish holding onto dwindling habitat in Tuolumne County.


Related Topix: California, Weather, Natural Disasters, Drought, Tuolumne County, CA, Science, Ecology

Sacramento Bee Newspaper

Davis woman who saved hundreds of dogs found dead after recent health decline

On her farm off a country road outside Davis, Greenberg took in dogs that had been burned and beaten, injured in dog fights, destined for death row.


Related Topix: Davis, CA, Yolo County, CA

Tue Aug 19, 2014

Roof-Crashing Meteorite Linked to Giant Impact that Made the Moon

A meteorite breaks apart over the San Francisco Bay Area on Oct. 17, 2012 in this image, which is horizontally mirrored to show the time series, which runs from left to right.


Related Topix: Science / Technology, Space, San Francisco County, CA, San Francisco, CA, Astronomy, Science, Davis, CA

Business Journal

UC campuses recruit record number of nonresidents

A record number of out-of-state students will enroll -- and, critically -- pay full tuition at the University of California system this fall.


Related Topix: Sacramento, CA

Outside the Beltway

Professor Cop Blames Victims of Police Violence

Sunil Dutta , an adjunct homeland security professor at Colorado Tech and 17-year veteran of the LAPD, has an op-ed in the Washington Post headlined, " I'm a cop.


Related Topix: Biology, Science, Naval Postgraduate School, Biochemistry, US News, Conservative Political News

San Jose Mercury News

Bonny Doon's Randall Grahm scales back, forges ahead

Randall Grahm of Boony Doon Vineyard at Popelouchum, the 280-acre property and home of his elaborate grape breeding project.


Related Topix: Wine, Drink, San Juan Bautista, CA


Rights to California surface water far greater than average runoff

California over the last century has issued water rights that amount to roughly five times the state's average annual runoff, according to new research that underscores a chronic imbalance between supply and demand.


Related Topix: California, UC Merced

Davis Enterprise

Bob Dunning: Let's see how svelte Fifth St. is after its diet

RULES OF THE ROAD a this very newspaper had no fewer than six separate pieces of advice on its "primer" concerning the mostly completed "road diet" along Fifth Street from downtown into the heart of East Davis a Even if Davisites figure out all the new rules regarding car behavior when bicycles are about, how are our town's many tourists ever going ... (more)


Related Topix: Davis, CA, Yolo, CA, Yolo County, CA


Explore how an EV or plug-in would perform on your commute

From apps for locating chargers to EV-specific roadside assistance , we've already seen many ways that technology can help alleviate the much-talked about range anxiety of would-be electric vehicle owners.


Related Topix: Honda Civic, Coupe, Wagon, Hybrid, Honda, Hatchback, Sedan, Electric Vehicle, Chevrolet Volt, Chevrolet, Nissan Leaf, Nissan, Autos

PhysOrg Weblog

Hand gestures improve learning in both signers and speakers

Spontaneous gesture can help children learn, whether they use a spoken language or sign language, according to a new report.


Related Topix: Psychology, Science, Society, Stardock, Video Games, UC Irvine


What happened in Iranian prisons in the summer of 1988

Radio Irava's Eng. interview with Hamid Yazdan Panah of the Near East Observatory: A different look @ 1988 Iran Massacre Hamid Yazdan Panah who is an immigration attorney and the director and founder of Near East Observatory focuses his practice primarily on immigration, hoping to serve as a resource to immigrants and refugees.


Related Topix: Iran, World News, Davis, CA