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Back Forty: Hard truths about California’s water future
November 23, 2022

Last month, Jay Lund, a distinguished professor of civil and environmental engineering at UC Davis, wrapped up a lecture on California’s drought with a slide titled, “Resistance is Futile.” It included a list of his predictions about the state’s water crisis, some of which bordered on apocalyptic.

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Former ECE Student James Nelson Works to Change The Wine Industry As A Keller Pathway Fellow
November 23, 2022

James Nelson entered UC Davis as an undergraduate student in electrical engineering. In his senior year he started an internship at the UC Davis Teaching and Research Winery. This work led to a T.J.

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Club Spotlight: Quantum Computing at Davis
November 18, 2022

Quantum Computing at Davis (QCD) is a student research group that aims to educate undergraduate and graduate students in quantum information sciences by providing them with hands-on projects and workshops. They foster the quantum community at UC Davis through collaborations between faculty and students and facilitating the transition from top-quality coursework to publishable work. 


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