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2024 UC Davis Remembrance Ceremony, May 21st

Ceremony to honor the memory of those we lost in the past year and to celebrate the impact of their lives on our campuses and communities. Held at the Vanderhoef Studio Theater at the Robert…

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Britt Koskella - Microbiomes under pressure: how selection shapes microbiome assembly and function

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Clay Fuqua - Adhesin biosynthesis and control of surface attachment in the plant pathogen Agrobacterium tumefaciens

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Virtually On the Road in Paso Robles - April 5, 2024

On The Road programs are educational seminars that help us to communicate with the California grape and wine industries by bringing faculty to different regions of California. We present relevant…

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527 Truman Young

This interview is with Truman Young, Research Professor and Professor Emeritus of Plant Sciences. He came to Davis in 1996 and retired in 2020.Initially focusing on plant population and evolutionary…

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Richard Wilson - Cracking the codon code for Magnaporthe oryzae effector secretion in host rice cell

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From Plant Pathologist to Dean: Nurturing Growth and Inspiring Change

Join us as Hala Kurdi Cozadd facilitates a conversation with Dr. Helene Dillard, dean of the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences. Blossoming beyond her childhood curiosities of plants,…

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UC Davis Viticulture and Enology Office Hours: Information about Spotted Lanternfly

On Tuesday, March 5th, from 1-2 pm PT, the Department of Viticulture & Enology at UC Davis Office Hours: Information about Spotted Lanternfly. Cindy Kron, UCANR Integrated Pest Management…

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The Future of California: Agricultural Innovation and Sustainability

At this Plugged In event, you’ll hear from leadership and esteemed faculty from the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences share some of the latest and most exciting…

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Laura Bogar - Symbiotic systems: understanding cooperation between tree roots and soil fungi across scale

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Is Green Tea Good For My Heart Health?

Richard S Bruno, Ph.D., R.D., Professor and Chair, Human Nutrition Program; Director, Bionutrition Core Laboratory, The Ohio State University. Introduced by Robert Hackman, Ph.D., Nutrition, UC…

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Dr. Romina Gazis-Seregina - The Crucial Role of Diagnostics in Disease Management

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International Agricultural Development Admissions Webinar

Learn more about the International Agricultural Development Masters of Science program. Key insight into preparing to be a successful applicant, deadline is December 15th. Information about research,…

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Laura Perilla-Henao Exit Seminar

“Ecology, genetics, and genomics of biological nitrogen fixation in the wild: Cicer spp. symbiosis with esorhizobium spp. as a source for useful alleles in agriculture”

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Paul CaraDonna Seminar: Understanding Plant-Pollinator Interactions

"Plant-pollinator interactions are ubiquitous and play an important role in ecosystem functioning across the globe, Critically, plants, pollinators, and their interactions face numerous threats…

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524 Bradford

This interview is with Kent J. Bradford, Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Plant Sciences. He was appointed in 1982 (initially in the Vegetable Crops Department) and retired in 2019. Kent’s…

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