Professors Eric Chiou, Paul S. Weiss and Xiangfeng Duan were honored for “creating innovations that are driving crucial advancements across a variety of disciplines.”
The greater honeyguide can learn distinct vocal signals to help hunter-gatherers in parts of Africa locate bee colonies.
The study could lead to new therapies that prevent formation of some of the most lethal forms of the disease.
The groundbreaking process cuts carbon bonds to convert organic molecules into biologically active amine molecules.
The batteries could replace those made with lithium, which is costly and subject to geopolitical constraints.
The faculty members have published research that is cited most often by other scholars in their fields.
Research brief: The technology developed by UCLA scientists “learned” to identify handwritten numbers with 93.4% overall accuracy.
UCLA researchers have made headway using muscle stem cells to regrow damaged muscle in mice.
A study of the Ngogo community in Uganda shows humans aren’t the only primates with menopause and significant post-fertile survival.
The technology leverages seawater to capture and store atmospheric carbon dioxide while producing green hydrogen.
The renowned psychologist was honored, in part, for her “groundbreaking research into mental health and the power of human connection.”
Doctoral candidate Shantée Ayala Rosario explains whether scary entities really can sneak into our dreams on a Halloween night.
Fairness has played as big a role in the evolution of species as dominance and hierarchy — but has been understudied.
If also true for humans, targeted microbiome improvements might help promote fetal health during pregnancy.
An advance in cryo-electron microscopy could be a significant boon for research on potential cancer therapies.
A UCLA-led study identified characteristics from more than 100 types of plants that can be analyzed to determine their preferred temperature and rainfall amount.
The Phoenix Laser Laboratory will support experiments relevant to laser-fusion as a potential future energy source.
Sept. 8 is the anniversary of the TV show’s debut. We asked 2 UCLA scholars to talk about the generation-spanning galactic phenomenon.
In a new study, UCLA psychologists confirmed that lower jersey numbers make football players look thinner.
The award is the society's highest honor for atmospheric scientists.
UCLA biologists found that the insects’ nests reflect the way they work together — or don’t — to forage for food.
The five-year, $1.25 million grant will fund research that could help solve a longstanding problem called the symmetry violation.
The funds will support research on technologies to precisely measure the previously unmeasurable.
After a year with little human interaction, dark-eyed juncos were surprisingly more comfortable with people once campus life returned to normal.
By the end of the program, more than 90% of campers said they believed other children their age could learn organic chemistry.