TRACtion — for Transformative Research and Collaboration — will begin with a two-year endeavor called Transforming Transportation in Los Angeles.
Lua Kobayashi’s installation, “Where a Forest Once Grew,” is on view in Westwood Village through Feb. 18.
The finding is significant because some residents who are most likely to use public transit will face the highest risks for death from heat-related causes.
Sequencing the genome of the unarmored threespine stickleback has given scientists clues that could guide conservation measures.
A UCLA study finds that racial, age, language and technology barriers are keeping many from optimizing remote doctor visits.
The study, by the Los Angeles Education Research Institute at UCLA, could help inform California education policy.
A demonstration in the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach showed that non-academics can use the fast, inexpensive genetic test.
In a new documentary, a UCLA professor says L.A. needs to rethink its relationship with water.
In 1992, with racially charged violence erupting across L.A., Bruins gave Angelenos a chance to talk.
Undergraduates work in L.A. schools to bolster math learning through innovative research electives.
UCLA researchers found that about 20% of the population visits facilities designated to help residents when temperatures spike.
The first UC to guarantee on-campus housing for all undergraduates. Studying hate. NCAA championship in women’s soccer. “Sweater weather” on the moon. What a year.
A study by researchers from UCLA, USC and Los Angeles County, suggests that the likely cause is the vulnerability brought on by accelerated aging.
The higher levels of toxic pollution in certain areas compound other public health challenges.
Kelly Lytle Hernández’s ‘Bad Mexicans’ comes at a time when L.A.’s politics reckon with racism.
The five-year award is from the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health.
In seeking alternative habitats, the endangered animals are more likely to experience dangerous — and fatal — encounters with freeways and foes.
Students and others from both schools banded together to help out for Serve LA Day.
Karen Mack believes the solution to what ails Los Angeles can be found at the intersection of art and civics.
UCLA houses one of the most comprehensive archives of aerial photography in the world. Now, a new website is bringing these majestic images to the masses.
The short documentary “Chicano Moratorium” captures the brutal police response to protests against the Vietnam War.
V. Kelly Turner co-leads UCLA’s Heat Resilient L.A. project, which takes a multi-pronged approach that emphasizes equitable solutions to this dangerous problem.
Allen, who graduated from UCLA with a bachelor’s degree in civil and environmental engineering in 1992, was the project manager for downtown’s newest gem.
Researchers are lending their expertise to help make sure everyone in Los Angeles can benefit from the efforts.
Three alumni with a combined four decades of legal experience are helping bring environmental justice to low-income communities.