The professor researches radioactive contaminant control programs and calibration techniques to improve sensitivity of dark matter detectors.
UCLA’s new Rosenfeld Hall will play a pivotal role in training the next generation of medical professionals and improving care for patients.
The facility was made possible by a $20 million gift from donors Eugene and Maxine Rosenfeld.
The technology leverages seawater to capture and store atmospheric carbon dioxide while producing green hydrogen.
The funds will support research on technologies to precisely measure the previously unmeasurable.
The question remains: Does the technology mimic human reasoning or is it using a fundamentally new cognitive process?
Their newly developed method could bolster efforts to protect lives and property in some of the world’s most disaster-prone areas.
UCLA professors Jacob Foster and Danny Snelson weigh in on how artificial intelligence might influence and invigorate writing, art and culture.
The UCLA professors envision making a big impact with tiny particles.
A new approach developed by UCLA has already improved recruitment for research studies on mental health.
The UCLA roboticist unveils his latest crop of creatures in a TEDx talk and takes one for a stroll on campus.
The federal government knows its web services are in desperate need of ingenuity. Is it any surprise it turned to three Bruins for help?
A UCLA study suggests that VR can enhance learning if it is convincingly produced and if different subjects are taught in distinctive environments.
The UCLA engineering professor and colleagues take approaches to mitigating climate change that are considered unlikely by some.
Research brief: The technology could eventually be used for virtual reality goggles, as well as image encryption and medical imaging.
The research, funded by a National Institute of Mental Health grant, was led by the UCLA School of Dentistry’s Honghu Liu.
A Bruin guide to some of this month’s most intriguing events at UCLA.
By oxidizing THC to create an electric current, a UCLA team’s fuel cell sensor can reveal the presence of the drug.
Sethuraman Panchanathan met with students, faculty members and administrative leaders.
The technology, built by UCLA engineers using artificial intelligence, can instantly highlight certain elements of a photo while blotting others out.
The associate professor of design media arts has focused on exploring how technology has become so interwoven into our lives and society.
Their new devices will enable scientists to observe neuronal activity in freely moving animals at even higher resolutions.
People could potentially live and work in lunar pits and caves with steady temperatures in the 60s.
Thanks to the physicist’s expertise, the LUX-ZEPLIN has begun its hunt for the universe’s most elusive particles.
Michael Ting’s work for the Disabilities and Computing Program ensures disabled people get the information they need.