Imperial Valley News
Sacramento, California - An annual experiment to “plant” salmon in Yolo County rice fields aims to better explain how floodplains support strong salmon populations. Dubbed the “Nigiri Project” for its sushi-like marriage of fish and rice, the research is a collaborative project among the UC Davis Center for Watershed Sciences, the California Department of Water Resources and nonprofit organization California Trout.
Washington, DC - The list of higher education institutions sending the most Fulbright U.S. students and scholars abroad in academic year 2015-16 highlights the strong institutional diversity within the Fulbright Program.
Washington, DC - Under Secretary of State for Economic Growth, Energy, and the Environment Catherine Novelli will travel to Mexico City February 24-26 to participate in the United States-Mexico High Level Economic Dialogue (HLED).
Washington, DC - Following yesterday’s joint statement announcing the terms for a cessation of hostilities in Syria, we continue to work through the International Syria Support Group (ISSG) to build on recent steps, foster an environment to resume negotiations, and work towards the larger goal of ending this conflict through a political transition, in accordance with the Geneva Communique of 2012.
Simi Valley, California - Seabees from around Naval Base Ventura County gathered at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library for the 74th Annual Seabee Ball, Saturday.
Washington, DC - Recipients of an annual flu shot may be surprised to learn that there is currently no official standard for vaccine storage equipment in clinics, pharmacies, and other health providers’ offices – a potential problem, since vaccines need to be kept within strict temperature limits to remain viable.