Activity

We create, manage, and maintain a wide assortment of projects. Use this page to stay up to date on what we are currently doing.

In Development

California Center for Urban Horticulture

    Justification:

    Migration off Plone to sitefarm

    Description:

    Our mission is to present workshops and programs, in addition to working on initiatives hat promote scientific research and the exchange of science-based principles and practices that protect resources and enhances ecosystems in the urban environment in California.


  • Client: Dave Fujino
  • Current URL: http://ccuh.ucdavis.edu/
  • Development URL: http://ccuh.ucdsitefarm.acsitefactory.com/
  • Development Start: Sept 2017

Plant Transformation Facility

    Justification:

    Migration off Plone to sitefarm

    Description:

    The Ralph M. Parsons Foundation Plant Transformation Facility was established at the University of California at Davis to provide cost effective plant transformation and plant cell biology services for the plant research community.


  • Client: David Tricoli
  • Current URL: http://ptf.ucdavis.edu/
  • Development URL: http://ptf.ucdsitefarm.acsitefactory.com/
  • Development Start: Sept 2017

Olive Center Redesign

    Justification:

    Modernize and update the Olive Center design.

    Description:

    The UC Davis Olive Center is a self-funded university/industry coalition that seeks to do for olives what UC Davis did for wine.The world-renowned center brings together nearly 60 UC faculty members, research specialists and farm advisors who address the research and education needs of California olive growers and processors.


  • Client: Dan Flynn
  • Current URL: http://olivecenter.ucdavis.edu/
  • Development Start: Oct 2017

Analytical Lab at UC Davis

    Justification:

    Modernization and update of their current system is required for business purposes.

    Description:

    Analytical Laboratory clients are University of California academics, other educational institutions, government agencies, and research-based businesses. In addition to analytical services, the Laboratory provides project assistance in the areas of analytical, agricultural and environmental chemistry. The Laboratory has an educational role, providing training to students and researchers in the operation of a number of analytical methods and instruments.


  • Client: Scott Kirkland
  • Current URL: http://anlab.ucdavis.edu/

On Deck

UC Davis Contained Research Facility

    Justification:

    Migration off Plone to sitefarm

    Description:

    The Contained Research Facility (CRF) provides a secure environment for research on invasive plant pests; those known to occur in California and those that have yet to arrive. These plant pests, including arthropods, plant pathogens, nematodes, and weeds, pose huge potential losses for California agriculture, threaten trade of agricultural products, threaten natural ecosystems, and can damage urban landscapes.


  • Client: Karla J. Araujo
  • Current URL: http://crf.ucdavis.edu/

Afghan Agriculture

    Justification:

    Migration off Plone(.123)

    Description:

    e-Afghan Ag is supported by USAID. UC Davis is the lead institution. Over 70 institutions have contributed content. e-Afghan Ag is considered the most comprehensive collection of practical information available to help the farmers of Afghanistan. The project started with USAID funding managed through USDA.


  • Client: Steven Aserscion
  • Development URL: dev.afghanag.ucdavis.edu
  • Github Repo: https://github.com/ucdavis/ip-afghanag
  • Development Start: Jan 2017
  • Projected Launch: Spring 2017

In Queue

Robert Mondavi Institute for Wine and Food Science

    Justification:

    Migration off Plone

    Description:

    The Robert Mondavi Institute allowed UC Davis to move two departments -- Viticulture and Enology, and Food Science and Technology -- under one roof in a new, state-of-the-art facility. These departments, recognized as the best in the world in their respective areas of scholarship, are linked with other disciplines across campus to investigate the role of healthy and safe foods in our quality of life.


  • Client: Evan White, Aaron Sugano
  • Current URL: http://rmi.ucdavis.edu/about

International Lipid-Based Nutrient Supplements Project

    Justification:

    Migration off Plone

    Description:

    The International Lipid-Based Nutrient Supplements (iLiNS) Project is a research collaboration that grew out of a shared commitment to accelerate progress in preventing malnutrition. We are conducting research projects in Burkina Faso, Ghana, and Malawi. Previous work with lipid-based nutrient supplements (LNS) in Ghana and Malawi indicated that such supplements could improve child growth and development in low-income populations. The iLiNS Project was designed to build on the previous work. We will evaluate the efficacy of new and less costly formulations, study the impact of providing LNS to infants and to pregnant and lactating women, and explore the economic dimensions of LNS used to prevent malnutrition.


  • Client: Mary Arimond
  • Current URL: http://ilins.org/

Honey and Pollination Center

    Justification:

    Migration off Plone

    Description:

    The Honey and Pollination Center increases consumer, industry and stakeholder understanding of the importance of bees, pollination, honey and other products of the hive to people and the environment through research, education, and outreach.


  • Client: Evan White
  • Current URL: http://honey.ucdavis.edu/

UC Davis Cal Fresh

    Justification:

    Migration off Plone

    Description:

    The University of California CalFresh Nutrition Education Program (UC CalFresh NEP, or just UC CalFresh) is funded through a joint agreement among the U.S. Department of Agriculture/Food and Nutrition Service (USDA/FNS), the California Department of Social Services (CDSS) CalFresh branch, and the University of California Cooperative Extension (UCCE). UC CalFresh consists of Adult, Family-Centered, and Youth programs operating throughout California.


  • Client: Zach Watkins
  • Current URL: http://fsnep.ucdavis.edu/

California Institute of Food and Agricultural Research

    Justification:

    Migration off Plone

    Description:

    California Institute of Food and Agricultural Research, CIFAR *(“see-far”) is a California-centered, global network and innovation hub focused on emerging agri-food innovations, systems, technologies and solutions. CIFAR is headquartered at the University of California, Davis, and has direct access to some of the leading food, agricultural, and environmental science research programs not only in California, but also throughout the United States and the world.


  • Client: Sharon Shoemaker
  • Current URL: http://cifar.ucdavis.edu/

Center of Health for Advancing Microbiome and Mucosal Protection

    Justification:

    Migration off Plone

    Description:

    The Center of Health for Advancing Microbiome and Mucosal Protection (CHAMMP) was developed from a Research Investments in the Sciences and Engineering (RISE) program.


  • Client: Stephanie Maroney
  • Current URL: http://rmi.ucdavis.edu/about

Blum Center for Developing Economies

    Justification:

    Migration off Plone

    Description:

    The Blum Center for Developing Economies addresses the needs of poor communities in developing countries. We prepare students with the theoretical understanding, applied skills, and experiential learning. Our courses and grants programs enable students to become agents of change in the war against world poverty.


  • Client: Liliane Larson
  • Current URL: blumcenter.ucdavis.edu

Beekeepers Program

    Justification:

    Beekeeping program and application to help develop knowledge on professional beekeeping.

    Description:

    The mission of the California Master Beekeeper Program is to provide science-based education to future stewards and ambassadors for honey bees and beekeeping. The Apprentice level is designed to build a solid foundation of basic beekeeping skills and knowledge. Participants may stop at this level or continue on to the more advanced levels: Journeyman and Master.


  • Client: Amina Harris
  • Current URL: http://cambp.ucdavis.edu/

Foods For Health Institute

    Justification:

    Migration off Plone

    Description:

    The Foods For Health Institute was established to link diverse scientific disciplines across the colleges and schools of the University of California at Davis, and develop regional and international multi-stakeholder partnerships. The FFHI acts as an engine for research, innovation, and economic development supported by competitive research programs, industry collaborations, and philanthropic funding. Together, the FFHI and its partners will lead the improvement of individual health through diet.


  • Client: Stephanie Maroney
  • Current URL: http://ffhi.ucdavis.edu/