In our latest magazine issue, now available digitally, meet the experts at UC Davis who are using their talents, drive, and interdisciplinary expertise to build a better world.
Check out the stories featured below or download the full issue.
Sustainable agriculture feeds a hungry planet
With climate change and food insecurity threatening a growing world population, the sustainable production and distribution of safe and nutritious food has never been more important.
Using technology to redefine the new normal of aging
The Healthy Aging in a Digital World initiative develops innovative technologies to advance well-being, improve independence, and reduce the personal and societal challenges of aging.
The Shining Moment of the Arts
Even during the pandemic, one of the most difficult times in the history of museums worldwide, donor and community support has ensured that the arts tradition on campus is not just here to stay. , but becomes bigger than ever.
Best of Show
A PET scanner used to image the human brain has been modified to work on a horse’s leg. Horse treatments such as stem cells for joint disease have been applied to other species, including humans. These are just a few of the many innovations that will be implemented at the new Equine Performance and Rehabilitation Center (EPRC).
Uplift life and SPIRIT
Despite the challenges of the pandemic, UC Davis continued to help families impacted by neurodevelopmental challenges through telehealth and safe in-person visits.
An alumnus of Vet Med, a key player in the development of Pfizer vaccines
When he was a student at the School of Veterinary Medicine, Fred Angulo DVM ’83, MPVM ’84 realized that his passion for animal care had blossomed into a desire to care for all species including humans.
From students to professionals
Aggie Launch is a UC Davis Big Idea that equips all Aggies with the tools to forge a successful path after graduation.
Lots of giveaways, big impact
Despite the challenges of the past year, Crowdfund UC Davis, Employee Giving Month, Aggies Helping Aggies and Give Day saw record success in 2021.