A killer, yes. But an analysis of tooth minerals reveals how the warm-blooded predator maintained its body temperature.
Thien Nguyen has seen too many people, including members of her family, suffering.
On the eve of the “Little Mermaid” premiere, a UCLA doctoral candidate speaks up for the jellyfish.
Genomic research led by UCLA scientists could support conservation efforts; the species is endangered in large part because of illegal hunting.
Through his research and volunteering, the graduating senior and future medical student has already made an impact.
A study in mice shows that scarring of collagen pathways prevent stem cells from healing damaged tissue in Duchenne muscular dystrophy.
A UCLA-led study finds that urban bird species tend to be smaller and less territorial and have greater ability to fly long distances.
This use of mechanical force helps B cells confront new pathogens and remember them while continuing to combat other threats.
Baljit Khakh will discuss the long-overlooked role of astrocytes in health and disease during his Faculty Research Lecture on April 19.
A UCLA-developed technology could also provide a platform for fighting other allergies and autoimmune disorders.
Both tend to judge the co-occurrence of two events as more probable than one event alone. Could mental shortcuts be to blame?
The honorees are Roger Wakimoto, Blaire Van Valkenburgh, Kenneth Nagy, Yi Tang, Tommaso Treu, Christine Dunkel Schetter and Gary Orfield.
Sequencing the genome of the unarmored threespine stickleback has given scientists clues that could guide conservation measures.
The Center for Reproductive Science, Health and Education will support research and education initiatives designed to improve human health.
In memoriam: Robert Wayne, 66, pioneer of conservation genetics, protecting canids and other species
His research helped explain the evolution of dogs and showed that freeways are a barrier to bobcat and coyote migration.
In producing lissodendoric acid A, the team used a method they say may help accelerate the process of drug discovery.
A therapeutic sponge the size of a pencil eraser boosted tumor-fighting responses in mice and kept cancer from returning.
UCLA-led research on deer and elk could point the way toward crossing structures that are more effective for all species.
Bucking previous findings, researchers found that people of East Asian and European descent performed similarly on a well-known test.
In a twist that surprised researchers, the insects were less likely to forage for food when they were starving than when they were well fed.
A study led by four UCLA undergraduates also found that the arachnids cooperate, a rarity among spiders.
The annual list compiled by Clarivate identifies scholars whose work has been referenced most often in studies published by other researchers.
Research brief: In a lab study, a UCLA-led team found that verteporfin stopped the replication of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19.
UCLA researchers found that women’s reports of cognitive issues were related to higher levels of an inflammatory marker in the body called CRP.
Inspired by creatures that survive in harsh environments, a UCLA team has invented a polymer with the potential to extend the shelf life and reach of medications.