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Midwest Towns Move to Avoid Flooding from Climate Change

Climate change and atmospheric rivers are bringing flood water to people’s homes, devastating communities. Entire towns are moving to escape rising waters, which is called managed retreat. Flood experts at UC Davis, including Nicholas Pinter, are visiting dozens of communities who have moved off the floodplain and to higher ground to avoid flooding. Series: "UCTV Prime" [Show ID: 35171]

6 MIN2019 SEP 9
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Midwest Towns Move to Avoid Flooding from Climate Change

Majoring in Sustainable Agriculture and Food Systems

UC Davis has one of the best agriculture schools in the world, helping to feed a growing a population. Take a peek at the SAFS major in the College of Agriculture and Environmental Science at UC Davis. Series: "UCTV Prime" [Agriculture] [Show ID: 34585]

1 MIN2019 MAR 12
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Majoring in Sustainable Agriculture and Food Systems

Human Images from World’s First Total-Body PET Scanner Unveiled

EXPLORER, the world’s first medical imaging scanner from UC Davis that can capture a 3D picture of the whole human body at once, has produced its first scans. The developers expect the technology will have countless applications, from improving diagnostics to tracking disease progression to researching new drug therapies. Here the EXPLORER image shows glucose metabolism throughout the entire human body. This is the first time a medical imaging scanner has been able to capture a 3-D image of the entire human body simultaneously. Series: "UCTV Prime" [Health and Medicine] [Show ID: 34584]

1 MIN2019 MAR 11
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Human Images from World’s First Total-Body PET Scanner Unveiled

Syrian Refugees Reclaim Human Rights with Cloud-Based Tool

Refugees and other displaced persons need a safe and secure way to store critical documents. They allow them to get work, go to school and ultimately live within a functioning society, but there hasn't always been a way to securely store and share them. UC Davis human rights professor and director, Keith David Watenpaugh, realized he and his team could fix that problem with Article 26 Backpack. Series: "UCTV Prime" [Humanities] [Show ID: 34582]

7 MIN2019 MAR 8
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Syrian Refugees Reclaim Human Rights with Cloud-Based Tool

Working with Killer Whales at Sea

Orca, J-50, is loosing weight and researchers at UC Davis Veterinary School of Medicine and SeaDoc Society are exploring innovative ways to study what might be wrong with her. Series: "UCTV Prime" [Science] [Show ID: 34578]

1 MIN2019 MAR 8
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Working with Killer Whales at Sea

Coconut the Snow Leopard

Veterinarians at UC Davis and the Sacramento Zoo perform surgery on Coconut's eyelids to remove hair that is causing irritation Series: "UCTV Prime" [Science] [Show ID: 34581]

59 s2019 MAR 7
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Coconut the Snow Leopard

Shock Compression Lab

Sometimes the most useful tools are unexpected and this might be said of Professor Sarah Stewart’s Shock Compression laboratory, where huge cannons are fired (indoors) to study the early history of our Solar System. Series: "UCTV Prime" [Science] [Show ID: 34579]

2 MIN2019 MAR 7
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Shock Compression Lab

Is Moringa the Next Superfood?

Every part of the Moringa plant is edible - leaves, pods, seeds, flowers, even its root. The feathery leaves alone pack a powerful protein punch – nearly 30 percent by dry weight. Legumes don’t even have that much protein, nor all the essential amino acids. Series: "UCTV Prime" [Agriculture] [Show ID: 34580]

2 MIN2019 MAR 5
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Is Moringa the Next Superfood?

The Challenges of Being Both a Scientist and a Mom

Over 40 scientists came together to tackle issues working mothers face. Series: "UCTV Prime" [Humanities] [Science] [Show ID: 34108]

4 MIN2018 NOV 7
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The Challenges of Being Both a Scientist and a Mom

Fighting Fire With Fire: Using Cultural Burning Practices

Ron Goode, Tribal Chairman of the North Fork Mono Tribe, led UC Davis professor, Beth Rose Middleton Manning's, students through a cultural burn. Students participated in preparing the land and igniting the fire, and contributed to a historic indigenous tradition. Cultural burning practices empower Native American communities, and could possibly be used as a tool to help alleviate devastating wildfires. Series: "UCTV Prime" [Humanities] [Agriculture] [Show ID: 34098]

3 MIN2018 NOV 7
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Fighting Fire With Fire: Using Cultural Burning Practices

Latest Episodes

Midwest Towns Move to Avoid Flooding from Climate Change

Climate change and atmospheric rivers are bringing flood water to people’s homes, devastating communities. Entire towns are moving to escape rising waters, which is called managed retreat. Flood experts at UC Davis, including Nicholas Pinter, are visiting dozens of communities who have moved off the floodplain and to higher ground to avoid flooding. Series: "UCTV Prime" [Show ID: 35171]

6 MIN2019 SEP 9
Comments
Midwest Towns Move to Avoid Flooding from Climate Change

Majoring in Sustainable Agriculture and Food Systems

UC Davis has one of the best agriculture schools in the world, helping to feed a growing a population. Take a peek at the SAFS major in the College of Agriculture and Environmental Science at UC Davis. Series: "UCTV Prime" [Agriculture] [Show ID: 34585]

1 MIN2019 MAR 12
Comments
Majoring in Sustainable Agriculture and Food Systems

Human Images from World’s First Total-Body PET Scanner Unveiled

EXPLORER, the world’s first medical imaging scanner from UC Davis that can capture a 3D picture of the whole human body at once, has produced its first scans. The developers expect the technology will have countless applications, from improving diagnostics to tracking disease progression to researching new drug therapies. Here the EXPLORER image shows glucose metabolism throughout the entire human body. This is the first time a medical imaging scanner has been able to capture a 3-D image of the entire human body simultaneously. Series: "UCTV Prime" [Health and Medicine] [Show ID: 34584]

1 MIN2019 MAR 11
Comments
Human Images from World’s First Total-Body PET Scanner Unveiled

Syrian Refugees Reclaim Human Rights with Cloud-Based Tool

Refugees and other displaced persons need a safe and secure way to store critical documents. They allow them to get work, go to school and ultimately live within a functioning society, but there hasn't always been a way to securely store and share them. UC Davis human rights professor and director, Keith David Watenpaugh, realized he and his team could fix that problem with Article 26 Backpack. Series: "UCTV Prime" [Humanities] [Show ID: 34582]

7 MIN2019 MAR 8
Comments
Syrian Refugees Reclaim Human Rights with Cloud-Based Tool

Working with Killer Whales at Sea

Orca, J-50, is loosing weight and researchers at UC Davis Veterinary School of Medicine and SeaDoc Society are exploring innovative ways to study what might be wrong with her. Series: "UCTV Prime" [Science] [Show ID: 34578]

1 MIN2019 MAR 8
Comments
Working with Killer Whales at Sea

Coconut the Snow Leopard

Veterinarians at UC Davis and the Sacramento Zoo perform surgery on Coconut's eyelids to remove hair that is causing irritation Series: "UCTV Prime" [Science] [Show ID: 34581]

59 s2019 MAR 7
Comments
Coconut the Snow Leopard

Shock Compression Lab

Sometimes the most useful tools are unexpected and this might be said of Professor Sarah Stewart’s Shock Compression laboratory, where huge cannons are fired (indoors) to study the early history of our Solar System. Series: "UCTV Prime" [Science] [Show ID: 34579]

2 MIN2019 MAR 7
Comments
Shock Compression Lab

Is Moringa the Next Superfood?

Every part of the Moringa plant is edible - leaves, pods, seeds, flowers, even its root. The feathery leaves alone pack a powerful protein punch – nearly 30 percent by dry weight. Legumes don’t even have that much protein, nor all the essential amino acids. Series: "UCTV Prime" [Agriculture] [Show ID: 34580]

2 MIN2019 MAR 5
Comments
Is Moringa the Next Superfood?

The Challenges of Being Both a Scientist and a Mom

Over 40 scientists came together to tackle issues working mothers face. Series: "UCTV Prime" [Humanities] [Science] [Show ID: 34108]

4 MIN2018 NOV 7
Comments
The Challenges of Being Both a Scientist and a Mom

Fighting Fire With Fire: Using Cultural Burning Practices

Ron Goode, Tribal Chairman of the North Fork Mono Tribe, led UC Davis professor, Beth Rose Middleton Manning's, students through a cultural burn. Students participated in preparing the land and igniting the fire, and contributed to a historic indigenous tradition. Cultural burning practices empower Native American communities, and could possibly be used as a tool to help alleviate devastating wildfires. Series: "UCTV Prime" [Humanities] [Agriculture] [Show ID: 34098]

3 MIN2018 NOV 7
Comments
Fighting Fire With Fire: Using Cultural Burning Practices
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