From conferences to art making, explore events across campus that represent the diverse experiences, leadership and research of women.
On March 7, Dana Cuff will discuss architecture’s ability to design more equitable futures at UCLA’s Faculty Research Lecture.
Speakers from across campus gathered at the California NanoSystems Institute at UCLA for an all-day symposium.
The harm excessive light causes animals and humans, plus mitigation solutions, are detailed in a new report.
A UCLA-led team of scientists observed youngsters of orangutans and other apes engaging in playful teasing to get adults’ attention.
Today, on what would have been the Italian astronomer’s 460th birthday, we revisit one of Newsroom’s most-read stories.
Six faculty members and researchers are conducting projects from Botswana to Japan, expanding and deepening the university’s global engagement.
Fundamental step toward ultrafast magnetism-based computers comes from multi-institution team science involving UCLA.
A combination of battery technology and catalysis opens new avenues for cheap, high-capacity batteries.
The gift from alumnus Kirk Dunn will support research focused on cardiovascular and cardiometabolic health.
If cold dark matter theories are correct, the Webb Space Telescope should find tiny, bright galaxies of early universe.
Discover how footballer–turned–astrophysicist Dakotah Tyler helped unveil the secrets of a distant exoplanet, which campus historical gems are hiding in plain sight and more.
‘Zombie’ virus fragments continue to cause inflammation after the virus is destroyed.
Findings reveal eons of environmental changes and offer hope that soil and rock samples hold traces of life.
UCLA-led research casts doubt on a long-held theory about warming and body size.
Video: Chancellor Block, Gov. Newsom and UC President Drake announce the launch of the ambitious project at a Jan. 3 press conference.
Scientists say the discovery presents a rare opportunity to study the physics that shape thousands of other planets.
With the acquisition, UCLA will create an engine of innovation, discovery and economic growth for Southern California and beyond.
At the new research park, the California Institute for Immunology and Immunotherapy at UCLA is poised to enter a new era of biomedical breakthroughs.
It’s that time again — an opportunity to take stock of a year filled with awe-inspiring achievements and more than a few surprises, and to celebrate the accomplishments of our entire Bruin community.
Insights gleaned from biological resistance could help humans overcome aversion to the social changes needed to halt global warming.
UCLA-led team maps medium- and high-entropy alloys, identifies potential to tune their properties, making them both stronger and more flexible.
UCLA study shows the rate of serious psychological distress more than doubled for those in U.S. fewer than five years.
A new UCLA study involving pediatric patients and mice identifies a number of the diet’s beneficial changes to the gut microbiome.
A powerful new genomic approach developed by UCLA researchers and colleagues could boost efforts to slow illegal trade of pangolins.