With generous and swift donations, the community responds to UCLA — and UCLA responds to the community — during the COVID-19 crisis.
UCLA’s Catherine Carpenter gives us the lowdown on food safety, hygiene and nutrition in the time of COVID-19.
Plant-based meat promises less strain on the environment, but there are questions.
Evan Kleiman’s Good Food contest shares the joy of baking.
The move could drive regional change and would make UCLA one of the largest universities in the U.S. to take action.
UCLA’s Bruin Plate Cookbook is meant to satisfy hungry fans.
If the same change were made by all of the U.S., it would account for one-third of the greenhouse gas reduction prescribed in the 2013 President’s Climate Action Plan.
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Faculty and staff can still contribute to efforts to help end poverty in the greater Los Angeles region, focusing on housing, education and financial stability.
The 220-page hardbound book is full of mouth-watering images that complement well-structured recipes.
The Los Angeles Seafood Monitoring Project is seeking to reduce sushi fraud and the mislabeling of fish.
Thousands of Bruins will spread across Los Angeles — and this year sites around the world — for the annual day of service on Sept. 29.
A founding gift from the couple’s foundation established the program in 2013; it is already one of the preeminent programs of its kind.
Since its inception in 2015, the program has provided 33 UCLA students with funding to complete research, projects or internships that focus on food issues.
Professor's model suggests well-designed subsidies can help farmers and give consumers better food choices.
Research confirms that one sugary drink a day can increase people’s risk for Type 2 diabetes, liver disease, tooth decay and obesity.
Highlights from Los Angeles Times, National Geographic, Chronicle of Higher Education, Washington Post and others.
From new courses and academic programs to fitness classes, bike share and community gardens, the 5-year-old program has reshaped campus.
The substance’s beneficial properties might be due to its ability to reduce inflammation, which has been linked to both Alzheimer’s disease and major depression, according to Dr. Gary Small.
“The results suggest that both green and black teas are prebiotics,” said Susanne Henning of the UCLA Center for Human Nutrition.
Inventive, intriguing and interdisciplinary: how new minors are changing undergraduate education at UCLA.
Those who complete the program will be prepared to fill a critical void in the workforce: helping growing urban centers thrive under the pressure of global climate change.
UCLA researcher finds that feeding pets creates the equivalent of 64 million tons of carbon dioxide a year.
Catherine Carpenter of the UCLA Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center explains how a few small adjustments to your barbecuing protocol can reduce your exposure to carcinogens.
UCLA School of Law is launching new initiatives to promote cutting-edge research in food law and animal law and to build bridges between the two fields.