New study co-authored by a UCLA professor underscores the importance of public engagement and trust during health crises.
Researchers from UCLA and two other universities estimate that 7,200 people who don’t currently have housing could require critical care.
The study looked at tactics that will not fully solve climate change but could mitigate the damage while longer-term solutions are implemented.
Census undercount of Latinos could cost L.A. dearly in funds for critical health and social services
If 10% of the Latino population were not included, Los Angeles County could lose out on over a half billion dollars.
UCLA-led study shows how drought affects native amphibians, harbingers of what’s to come.
The site provides access to a detailed list of statutes, rules and executive orders that address key areas of concern related to COVID-19.
Scientists investigated how long the virus remained infectious on cardboard, metal and plastic.
The invention, by researchers at the UCLA School of Dentistry, was inspired in part by mussels’ ability to stick to wet surfaces.
The escalating effects of the coronavirus pandemic have reduced the first-quarter 2020 forecast of GDP growth to 0.4%.
The findings could help inform decision-making for future infrastructure and construction plans near Los Angeles beaches.
Senior economist David Shulman writes that the pandemic is “both a supply shock and a demand shock on the economy.”
Researchers used a new technology called scanning atomic electron tomography, which they developed.
A UCLA study finds that educational equality is associated with longer lifespans.
“The advance is like the transition from black-and-white TV to color TV,” said UCLA professor Aydogan Ozcan.
Research led by UCLA neurobiologist Jack Feldman finds that every breath we take arises from a disorderly group of neurons.
A California Policy Lab study could help officials understand how targeted job training programs could prevent homelessness.
Centennial Initiative project shares research with students, teachers and schools across Los Angeles.
Researchers found that Himba have the highest rate of “extra-pair paternity.” The term refers to a case in which a child is born to a married couple, but the husband is not the biological father.
The findings could eventually lead to new drugs to treat or prevent lung cancer.
The findings may help health care professionals better assess those with autism and schizophrenia.
Advanced statistical techniques enabled UCLA researchers to look backward in time hundreds of thousands of years without fossil DNA.
UCLA-led study of Armenian earthquake survivors finds that effects of psychotherapy for adolescents continued into adulthood.
A UCLA study shows that radiation therapy can be cut from five weeks to five days.
UCLA-led research uncovers new details about the Foxp1 gene, which also is involved in timing of neuron production.
The experiments, led by Professor Amander Clark, revealed a detailed timeline for when germ cells form.