Scientists are not predicting that a volcanic eruption or earthquake is imminent, but the study revealed uncommon activity for the region.
In recent years the department has been trying to make labs more engaging; safer-at-home orders demonstrated the benefits of letting students design their own experiments.
Peccei and a colleague theorized a symmetry that predicts the existence of very light particles called axions, which may be the dominant source of mass in the universe.
Margaret Kivelson has been recognized by the Royal Society, Harvard University and University of Leicester.
Researchers used a new technology called scanning atomic electron tomography, which they developed.
The society is the premier organization of professional astronomers in North America.
The object is a magnetic structure that covers an enormous region of some 160 light-years.
A new method used to study planets’ geochemistry implies that Earth is not unique.
Five professors who fled the Nazis brought a new way of thinking to UCLA.
Does the physicist’s theory tell the full story? A detailed analysis of a star’s orbit near supermassive black hole gives a look into how gravity behaves.
On May 31, 1929, police motorcycles led a colorful motorcade of trucks and student cars west into the future.
The awards honor Julian Schwinger, who was considered one of the 20th century’s preeminent physics scholars.
Their answers point to breakthroughs that are improving daily lives, preserving the health of the planet and revealing the mysteries of the universe.
The gift will help establish a graduate fellowship and name a dedicated study space for chemistry and biochemistry students.
UCLA research published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences is the first proof that a single material can be both static and moving.
The UCLA study could eventually have applications in medicine, food science and other fields.
UCLA Ph.D. student Andy Tay writes about a crucial a challenge to long-distance space travel — overcoming the long-term effects of microgravity on our bodies.
UCLA physics professor Joseph Rudnick recalls his father's bold experiment and result that verified a later theory that won three other physicists the 2016 Nobel Prize.
The Marian Group formulates theoretical models of how materials will behavior under conditions that are nearly impossible to physically replicate, such as ultrafast heating, high-dose irradiation or very fast deformation rates.
Researchers precisely measured the coordinates of more than 23,000 atoms in a technologically important material.
UCLA’s Jonathan Aurnou and collaborators in Marseille, France, demonstrated that the planet’s jets likely extend thousands of miles below its visible atmosphere.
UCLA mathematicians ‘cheat physics’ to produce stunning visual effects.
The new observations confirm a long-standing theory that stars are copious producers of heavy elements.
Multicolored laser light could be used to cool atoms of hydrogen or carbon to nearly absolute zero, allowing scientists to study chemical reactions at the quantum scale.
U.S. Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz spoke with UCLA leaders and researchers in engineering and physics this morning and toured two laboratories on campus that receive support from the U.S. Department of Energy.