UCSF Brain weight loss

Want to lose weight? Train the brain, not the body

Emotional brain training can help you break the stress-obesity connection, a UCSF professor says.

Students pick up food at the Bistro in the Segundo Dining Commons at UC Davis.

UC Davis to switch to university-managed food service

Campus will join seven other UCs that run their own food services.

Richard and Evelyne Rominger to receive the UC Davis Medal

Family deeply rooted in UC Davis and California agriculture.

An aerial view of orange groves near Covina during World War II.

New book traces Los Angeles' transformation from cows to concrete

In the first half of the 20th century, LA was the top farm county in the U.S.

Audrey's opening

Audrey's Cafe celebrates grand opening in UC San Diego's Geisel Library

Café named for library benefactor and longtime friend and supporter of the university Audrey Geisel, also known as “Mrs. Seuss.”

Strawberries at UC Santa Cruz

Strawberry and Justice Festival to examine key issues

May 19 event at UC Santa Cruz will feature speaker panels, live music and free strawberries.

Genome sequencing reveals how carrots have become good at accumulating carotenoids, the pigment compounds that give them their characteristic colors and nutritional richness.

Carrot genome paints colorful picture of domestication

Study reveals how the carrot has been touched by breeding practices as well as influenced by environmental change.

UC President Janet Napolitano delivers the Global Food Summit's keynote address at the UC Irvine Beckman Center.

Five takeaways from UC's Global Food Summit

Event is first opportunity for UC Blum Federation to come together since it was formally announced in February.

UC Riverside Global Food Security Week will take place May 9-15.

UC Riverside to host Global Food Security Week with slate of events

Scheduled activities include informative lectures and discussions, a documentary screening, a farm tour, a dance party and more.

Mussels

Shellfish response to ocean acidification depends on other stressors

Vulnerability of mussels to harmful effects from acidic seawater varies among different West Coast locations, study finds.

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