UCLA experts can comment on the life and legacy of Nobel Peace Prize winner and anti-apartheid hero Nelson Mandela, the former president of South Africa. Mandela died Thursday at age 95.
UCLA radiologists are studying an extremely rare 14-foot, 250-pound oarfish that washed ashore near San Diego to trace the evolution of its skeleton and unique swimming style.
UCLA's first Grand Challenges project is to help the Los Angeles region use exclusively renewable energy and local water by 2050 while protecting biodiversity and enhancing quality of life.
UCLA's large archive on JFK includes materials that can't be found anywhere else — from newsreels to behind-the-scenes footage taken of Kennedy on the 1960 campaign trail.
Marking the 100th anniversary of the iconic water link between Los Angeles and the Owens Valley. Watch
"It's hard to believe we're looking at an asteroid," said UCLA's David Jewitt. "Amazingly, its tail structures change dramatically in just 13 days as it belches out dust."
Mengqing Shang, a third-year cultural anthropology major from China, won the annual prize honoring excellence in undergraduate student writing for lower- and upper-division humanities courses.
The Hammer Museum's Arts ReSTORE LA: Westwood initiative fills empty storefronts with local artisans and craftspeople.
Jesús Gutiérrez, Jr., teacher of the year in Los Angeles County, is a UCLA graduate and alumnus of the Teacher Education Program.
More than 200 UCLA health professionals helped staff a free health care clinic that provided vital basic medical services to approximately 3,000. Watch video
Carol Burnett and her husband visit with President Obama in the Oval Office. She received the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor. Read more
UCLA and Univision co-hosted a Spanish-language town hall and English webcast in Ackerman Grand Ballroom.
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