technology

NSF Grant Will Fund Food and Tech Study

October 08, 2018
Technological innovation is transforming agriculture and a UC study funded by a $492,000 grant from the National Science Foundation will explore the booming connections between new technologies, agriculture and food. Charlotte Biltekoff, associate professor and chair of the UC Davis College of Letters and Science’s American studies program, is part of the multi-campus study team.

STEM Majors' Career Horizons Expand in Washington, D.C.

Students Discover Prestigious National Internships Offered Through UC Washington Center Washington Program Facts

The Washington Program places UC Davis students in the University of California Washington Center (UCDC) to live, intern, and study in the nation's capital for an academic quarter. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. Information sessions are held frequently throughout the year.

Measuring the Human Heart Through Art and Science

March 13, 2016
That Jiayi Young mines scientific resources in her artwork should not come as a surprise. After all, the assistant professor of design has a master’s degree in atomic physics as well as a master of fine arts degree.