Bright pink, inch-long sea slugs have shown up in the highest numbers and northernmost locations reported since the El Niños of 1998 and 1983.
UC Santa Barbara is the fourth UC campus designated a Hispanic-Serving Institution; it's the first AAU member to be so named.
UCSC's Enrico Ramirez-Ruiz gives us a glimpse of how he visualizes his research. Since much of what he studies is abstract calculations and theories, he shows us how important it is to have visuals to both explain and comprehend his work.
Decades ago, abalone was a common seafood menu item, but overfishing wiped it from restaurants and the ocean. In 2012, the abalone breeding program at UC Davis' Bodega Marine Laboratory had just 70 abalone. Since then, their shellfish number in the thousands.
Geographer warns that for the past four decades, global warming — in the guise of heat waves — has been amplified in cities.
Researchers from UC San Diego and UC San Francisco join forces to determine how all of the components of a cancer cell interact.
After more than a decade in the works, a new $1.52 billion UCSF Medical Center will open Feb. 1.
Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching recognizes UC Davis, UCLA and UC Merced for their 'institutional focus' on engagement.
California Ecology and Conservation — open to students at UC's nine general campuses — offers a pivotal experience in their academic and professional careers.
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.
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.
After just two years, the Berkeley business accelerator boasts six up-and-comers on Forbes' '30 Under 30' lists — and has prepared dozens of teams to launch their projects.
It may not improve your cooking, but it could reduce costs for cancer treatments, food production and other segments of biotech.
Happy birthday to the largest university-administered reserve system in the world! UC’s network of wildlands provides places for study and protects the flora, fauna, and landscapes unique to this state.
Study shows that children’s readiness for kindergarten is influenced not only by whether they attend preschool, but also by their families’ behaviors, attitudes and values.
UC Davis is developing a robotic cultivator to control weeds more effectively, affordably and sustainably.
UC Regents committee votes to recommend the formation of a select advisory committee that will examine the university’s cost structure and the role of the university.
UC Santa Barbara hosts inaugural California Higher Education Food Summit on food insecurity.
Botanists have compared tree survey data from the 1920s and ’30s with forest service data today. They find a decline in large trees and an increase in the density of small trees in forests throughout the state.
UCLA's Liz Roth-Johnson explains why carrots have more sugar when it's cold outside.