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FCS Football: Top 25 Power Poll Following Week 7

With top-ranked Sam Houston on a bye, it wasn’t quite, “you snooze, you lose,” but No. 2 North Dakota State and No. 3 Eastern Washington surely tightened the race for No. 1 this past weekend. NDSU added a shutout to what was already the stingiest defense in the nation and EWU racked up 71 points as well as a program-record 837 yards of total offense.
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Harmful algal blooms detected at Lake Tahoe beach

SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. (KTXL) — If you’re visiting South Lake Tahoe, there’s two beaches you might want to avoid. City officials announced on Saturday they’ve detected harmful algal blooms at El Dorado Beach. This comes after blooms had also been detected at Regan Beach the previous week, forcing its closure. Signs dot these beaches […]
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7th annual Crush Challenge bike ride supports cancer research and camaraderie

(SACRAMENTO) — The7th annual Crush Challenge bike ride raised more than $75,000 for UC Davis Comprehensive Cancer Center. The funds will advance research into non-toxic treatment for lymphoma. Crush Challenge starts with the 25- and 37-mile bike rides through the beautiful Napa Valley as part of a series of day-long...
DAVIS, CA
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Largest Ever Analysis of Brain Metabolism Completed in Mice

The first atlas of metabolites in the mouse brain has been published by a team led by UC Davis researchers. The dataset includes 1,547 different molecules across 10 brain regions in male and female laboratory mice from adolescence through adulthood and into advanced old age. The work is published Oct. 15 in the Nature Communications. The complete dataset is publicly available at https://mouse.atlas.metabolomics.us/.
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UC Davis researchers publish the first atlas of metabolites in the mouse brain

The first atlas of metabolites in the mouse brain has been published by a team led by UC Davis researchers. The dataset includes 1,547 different molecules across 10 brain regions in male and female laboratory mice from adolescence through adulthood and into advanced old age. The work is published Oct. 15 in the Nature Communications. The complete dataset is publicly available at https://mouse.atlas.metabolomics.us/.
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Spartan Gymnastics Announces 2022 Schedule

EAST LANSING, Mich. – Michigan State women's gymnastics head coach Mike Rowe announced the Spartans' 2022 schedule Monday afternoon. "We are thrilled for the up-and-coming 2022 women's gymnastics season as it's a fresh start for our program," head coach Mike Rowe commented. "We are stronger and better than ever and the parity amongst the Big Ten as a conference is also getting more competitive than ever."
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Giving Shelter

Beginning fall quarter, Aggie House serves as a transitional living space for homeless and food-insecure UC Davis students. The project was co-founded by undergraduates Allie O’Brien ’21, Katie Shen ’22 and Ashley Lo ’22, who met through ASUCD: O’Brien was chief of staff in the executive office, Lo the elected student advocate, and Shen worked with HOPE at Davis (Homeless Outreach through Prevention and Education).
DAVIS, CA
herosports.com

FCS Top 25: Sam Herder’s Ballot For 10-18-2021

I am grateful to have a vote in the Stats Perform FCS Top 25 poll. I will publish my Top 25 every week for everyone to see and discuss. Some notes at the bottom. The Top 3 can be ordered however and they all would have fair arguments. I have SHSU No. 1 because I think it’s the most balanced team in the FCS and has everything in place to win another national title, regardless of strength of schedule. SHSU has a better offense than NDSU’s and a better defense than EWU’s.
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growingproduce.com

UC Davis To Lead Groundwater and Irrigated Agriculture Sustainability Study

Researchers from the University of California, Davis, have been awarded a $10 million grant by the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture to find ways to sustain irrigated agriculture while improving groundwater quantity and quality in the Southwest under a changing climate. Isaya Kisekka, Associate Professor of Agrohydrology and...
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Aggies edge 'Eaters in road finale

IRVINE, Calif. -- Sophomores Leslie Fregoso and Risa Yamada each finished with a goal and an assist, while freshman Sammie Ruelas also tallied an assist on her team's first goal of the evening, helping lift the UC Davis women's soccer team to a 2-1 Big West Conference victory at UC Irvine on Sunday at Anteater Stadium.
IRVINE, CA
Fort Morgan Times

Missed opportunities doom Northern Colorado football at UC Davis

DAVIS, Calif. — There were plenty of opportunities for the University of Northern Colorado to gain momentum and keep the game close, but it fell short in turning those opportunities into points. UNC (2-5, 1-3 Big Sky) dropped its third straight game Saturday night, 37-3, on the road at UC...
COLORADO STATE
wineindustryadvisor.com

Boxt Wine Membership Startup Names Longtime Wine Exec Steve Ryan as Chief Operating Officer

Ryan Brings Nearly 20 years of Beverage Industry Experience to BOXT, a first-of-its-kind luxury boxed wine brand on a mission to become America’s favorite house wine. BOXT, the female-founded, direct-to-consumer winery, announces Steve Ryan as their newly appointed Chief Operating Officer. Ryan brings nearly a decade of experience in the wine industry, from marketing internships to executive winery operations, and will provide veteran winemaking expertise to BOXT as it expands, entering its second year.
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More bike riders at UC Davis sparks concern over accidents, safety

As a record-breaking amount of students return to campus, new riders learn the ropes through trial and error. With an unprecedented number of new cyclists navigating the UC Davis campus for the first time, lack of biking knowledge and familiarity with the road conditions have caused an uptick in accidents and long lines for repairs at the Bike Barn.
DAVIS, CA
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