The faculty members have published research that is cited most often by other scholars in their fields.
The internet pioneer’s influence extends far beyond Westwood.
Since 1963, eight Bruins have flown into space. Today, UCLA scientists are creating a new constellation of Bruin brilliance.
The technology leverages seawater to capture and store atmospheric carbon dioxide while producing green hydrogen.
Efforts will aim to boost EV use, energy storage, firefighter safety and the well-being of migrant workers.
An expert on carbon capture and conversion technology, she is currently chair of earth and environmental engineering at Columbia University.
Morolake Omoya is the first Black UCLA student to earn three degrees in civil and environmental engineering.
For UCLA’s car-building engineers, the road — and ingenuity — beckons.
Yousef Bozorgnia, Sharon Dolovich and Aaron Littman will receive Public Impact Research Awards at a June 2 ceremony.
The UCLA professors envision making a big impact with tiny particles.
An array of new initiatives has further embedded responsible stewardship into the campus’s operations, education and research, and community engagement.
How a UCLA senior helped Bali farmers clean their crops.
Ada Lovelace published the first description of a computer program; a UCLA doctoral student is using AI to reveal her forgotten story.
The machine, developed by a robotics lab at UCLA Engineering, will take part in an international competition in July.
The UCLA roboticist unveils his latest crop of creatures in a TEDx talk and takes one for a stroll on campus.
The program has awarded nearly 1,400 degrees since its inception in 2007.
Using enhanced halide perovskite in place of silicon could produce less expensive devices that stand up better to light and heat.
The UCLA engineering professor and colleagues take approaches to mitigating climate change that are considered unlikely by some.
Family and friends, former colleagues and students, and campus leaders came together to pay tribute to Klug, who was killed in 2016.
The annual list compiled by Clarivate identifies scholars whose work has been referenced most often in studies published by other researchers.
A laser-powered mini-rocket could find humans a new home.
The technology, built by UCLA engineers using artificial intelligence, can instantly highlight certain elements of a photo while blotting others out.
By combining two technologies, camera and radar, researchers boosted accuracy across a diverse range of skin tones.
By wrapping platinum-alloy crystals in tiny graphene “nanopockets,” scientists generated far more catalytic activity and power than expected.
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.