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Napolitano welcomes Senate Democrats' funding plan

No tuition increase for in-state students and $156 million more in general fund spending for higher education

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Three elected to National Academy of Inventors

Three UC Davis scientists have been elected as 2014 fellows of the National Academy of Inventors, for work ranging from engineering new tissues to mass-producing superior surgical blades. They are:  Kyriacos A. Athanasiou, distinguished professor and chair of biomedical engineering; Bruce…

UC Davis to help in UC effort to study effects of climate change on ecosystems

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Researchers at the University of California, Davis, working with colleagues at the other UC campuses, have developed an ambitious plan to use the UC Natural Reserve System to detect and forecast the ecological impacts of climate change in California. The team’s proposal to establish a UC-wide…

Exhibition celebrates creativity of Nobel laureate scientists

Nobel laureate scientists have made amazing breakthroughs, but most were taken aback when photographer Volker Steger gave each of them a large sheet of paper, a handful of crayons and told them, “Draw your discovery!” Once they put down the crayons, he took a photo of each holding the drawing…

New plant breeding academy graduates to improve Africa’s ‘orphan’ crops

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The African Plant Breeding Academy, run by the University of California, Davis, in collaboration with Mars Incorporated and their global partners, today graduated its first class of plant breeders in Nairobi, Kenya. The academy, a program of the African Orphan Crops Consortium, is based at the…