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UC Davis professor explores the history of wine through labels

UC Davis ... wine — and its place in our lives — has been transformed. His presentation will trace its history from the days when the Gold Rush drove a new thirst for domestic wine, to its rebirth fol... read more

Commercializing Tradition in Yunnan, China

But pu’er is transforming into a high-end, luxury item, and its commercialization is bringing tourists from around the world who ... doctoral student of anthropology at UC Davis, is researching ... read more

Solved: The Great Zinfandel Mystery

One of the biggest mysteries in the wine world appears to be solved. A UC Davis plant geneticist has confirmed ... of the almost eerie way things have fallen into place on this quest." The mystery of ... read more

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Arts calendar

Buehler Alumni Center on the UC Davis campus. The exhibit is designed to showcase the campus and region and recognize the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I ... with ephemera and debris from ... read more


Understanding the Big Bang? It happens on a dusty blackboard at UC Davis

The 47-year-old Knox, who teaches physics and cosmology at UC Davis, is one of that story’s main authors, along with the graduate students he ... high-tech. In his office, Knox has perched his compute... read more

Napa Valley's Warren Winiarski donates $3.3 million to UC Davis' wine library

You have to be able to take the senses of taste and ... found a home in a part of the world that has been so important to me and my life’s work in wine.” Offering up his works a year earlier, Johnson ... read more

Yum and Yuck: On the Subjectivity of Taste

Paul Wagner, a top wine judge and founding contributor to the industry blog Through the Bunghole, plays a game with his wine-marketing classes at Napa Valley College. The students ... hired Langstaff ... read more

Oregon Is Latest Destination to See Its Vineyards as Tourist Draw

His long-distance perception of southern Oregon is of a bucolic region “with the sort of real country vibe that might be missing from some of the world’s more developed wine regions ... Among the site... read more

Southern Oregon wines' gaining clout could bring onslaught of tourists

His long-distance perception of Southern Oregon is of a bucolic region "with the sort of real country vibe that might be missing from some of the world’s more developed wine regions ... Among the site... read more

Chinese New Year can be celebrated sweetly in Davis

To help you celebrate Chinese New Year, I turned to one of the most knowledgeable people I know on Chinese food, Bob Fung, with whom I’ve shared many a Chinese meal both in his home with ... an influx ... read more

UC Irvine's Francisco Ayala wins Templeton Prize

On Thursday, Ayala, an acclaimed researcher at UC Irvine, won the 2010 Templeton Prize ... a remnant from his days at UC Davis. He continues to grow grapes for numerous wineries, as well as for his ow... read more

'Your Fatwa Does Not Apply Here' examines resisting fundamentalism

"My father looked at me and rolled his ... the world," writes Bennoune, who is now a professor herself at the UC Davis School of Law and has spent the last two decades advocating for human rights. Her ... read more



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