UCLA researchers intend to develop devices to help patients easily conduct their own health screenings and help doctors be aware of their patients’ long-term risks.
The injectable hydrogel works by forming a scaffold inside a wound that new tissue can grow around.
Hologram technology developed at UCLA could lead to easier and less costly diagnoses of chronic diseases in remote areas and developing countries.
The finding could provide the perfect vehicle for carrying qubits of data in quantum computing.
Scholars answer questions about how to realistically assess these risks in light of what we do or do not know.
The Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science is launching today the Bill Klug Memorial Scholarship Fund to support undergraduate students in mechanical and aerospace engineering.
The funds will support the researchers’ efforts to develop a process for capturing carbon dioxide and converting it into a material that can be used in building and construction.
Rankings by the Milken Institute put UCLA No. 1 in the nation when it comes to the number of startup companies launched as a result of campus research, no. 15 overall.
Researchers have developed an optical micro-oscillator that could lead to next-generation timing, navigation and sensing applications.
The findings could lead to a new class of powerful, high-quality lasers for use in medical imaging, and chemical sensing and detection.
Hiroshi Motomura, Michelle Huneven and Aydogan Ozcan were selected for the distinguished prizes that go to scholars, artists and scientists in the United States and Canada.
The donation, which builds on Henry and Susan Samueli’s previous gifts, will fund a program that combines scholarships and internships for as many as 50 first-year students.
The combined dye/cellphone reader system achieved comparable results to equipment costing tens of thousands of dollars more.
The Marian Group formulates theoretical models of how materials will behavior under conditions that are nearly impossible to physically replicate, such as ultrafast heating, high-dose irradiation or very fast deformation rates.
The terahertz part of the spectrum has potential uses in biological sensing and medical imaging and chemical identification.
A UCLA team creates a "smart" mobile tool that may be used to diagnose and treat serious infections and diseases.
Three faculty members of the UCLA Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science have received one of the highest honors that can be given to an American engineer.
UCLA-led research shows that adding nanoparticles of aluminum oxide allows for more control over manufacturing processes, which could make them more efficient and reliable.
The UCLA Sustainable LA Grand Challenge awarded its second round competitive research grants this month, providing $1 million to eight new projects focusing on renewable energy, transportation and urban ecosystems.
The UCLA Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science again holds the top spot in rankings by U.S. News and World Report.
The key is “sequentially switched delay lines,” an approach similar to the way passenger trains are routed from one track to another, to allow them to enter and exit train stations at the same time and avoid collisions.
Researchers from the schools of dentistry, medicine and engineering developed a digital health platform capable of optimizing efficacy and safety during chemotherapy.
Modifying the structure of molybdenum trioxide could lead to laptop computers that fully charge in minutes, last for hours.
Visitors to the new UCLA Meyer and Renee Luskin Conference Center will be assisted by a robot concierge built by UCLA engineering students.
UCLA and Caltech researchers created jagged platinum nanowires that would require only 1/50 as much platinum as used in current smooth-shaped wires.