Bruin Jessie George’s research on ancient plant fossils at the La Brea Tar Pits may solve a vexing riddle: how to restore the habitat around the L.A. River.
For UCLA’s car-building engineers, the road — and ingenuity — beckons.
How a UCLA senior helped Bali farmers clean their crops.
Larry Farmer, who helped build UCLA basketball into a national powerhouse, finally tells his story.
The age of streaming rediscovers the works of Octavia Butler.
Two Bruins reconnect to help combat Alzheimer’s by marrying philanthropy and style.
An award-winning UCLA academy is training the next generation of impact investors and nonprofit leaders.
How COVID has unraveled our sleep.
In a new documentary, a UCLA professor says L.A. needs to rethink its relationship with water.
A new biography explores the forgotten legacy of Kenny Washington, the Bruin who broke the color barrier in the NFL.
A new biography pays homage to a brilliant master of anime.
The federal government knows its web services are in desperate need of ingenuity. Is it any surprise it turned to three Bruins for help?
Aparna Bhaduri is leading the fight against the deadliest form of cancer.
The new “Bruin Business 100” showcases the ingenuity — and entrepreneurial spirit — of a wide swath of alumni.
A reinvented UCLA journal casts new light on an old world.
A laser-powered mini-rocket could find humans a new home.
Demontea Thompson and his twin brother are both foster care success stories. Now, through his research at UCLA, Demontea hopes to raise graduation rates for foster youth.
A high-tech campus workshop for students reopens in a larger space.
The award-winning producer and pianist talks about his musical aspirations and how attending UCLA changed his identity.
After two years of restrictions, an award-winning mainstay and an acclaimed newcomer are open for outdoor dining.
M. Khalid Jawed helped crack a 200-year-old arachnid riddle.
The Hammer’s new third-floor gallery is the museum’s first dedicated to its extensive collection of prints and drawings.
The art collective was founded in Los Angeles and traces its roots to UCLA.
Decreasing blood flow to the inflamed area can help relieve pain and restore function.
UCLA scholars teach hip-hop as the most popular form of American contemporary poetry.