Marissa López’s app, “Picturing Mexican America,” will display archival images of 19th century Mexican L.A. connected to the user’s location.
UCLA engineers lay the groundwork for machines with astounding abilities.
UCLA design media arts faculty and alumni share their thoughts on the crypto-art craze.
UCLA had more faculty honored than any other university.
From film screenings to data visualization classes to undergraduate research week, the library will be hosting a wide variety of virtual events.
The NIH-funded project aims to prevent infection among high-risk transgender women who face barriers to in-person interventions.
5 tips on how to unplug without losing your connection.
UCLA’s Terry Kramer says that promoting innovation while protecting consumers will require avoiding oversimplified, absolutist positions.
Safiya Umoja Noble, co-director of the UCLA Center for Critical Internet Inquiry, is committed to re-imagining technology and championing racial and economic justice.
Kai-Wei Chang, Pavel Galashin, Ravi Netravali and Harold Pimentel are among the new class of young researchers recognized for their scientific achievements.
Information studies professor says the relationship among technology, politics and societies across the world needs to be reevaluated — now.
Ongoing digital inequality impairs learning and threatens to deepen disparities in achievement as children become adults, UCLA researchers say.
The project, which is called Momentum, is an investment by Pivotal Ventures, National Science Foundation and others.
Relationships are tricky, and the pandemic has forced us to interact differently. How do our vital connections survive these stress tests?
The grant to the UCLA Center for Critical Internet Inquiry comes from the Australia-based Minderoo Foundation.
Researchers from the Depression Grand Challenge are collaborating with Apple to measure factors like sleep and activity to understand how they affect symptoms of the disorder.
Through the institute, mathematicians work collaboratively with a broad range of scholars to address today's biggest scientific challenges.
UCLA Mattel Children’s Hospital has launched an innovative project to support the emotional needs of children during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The innovative device turns finger movements into electrical signals and ultimately into spoken words through a smartphone app.
With generous and swift donations, the community responds to UCLA — and UCLA responds to the community — during the COVID-19 crisis.
UCLA’s Ramesh Srinivasan has ideas for the future of work — and workers.
The film collects chemical signals from sweat and converts them into electrical ones that can be processed and displayed on a watch.
Yalda Uhls writes that people shouldn’t obsessively fear that screen time is stunting kids’ emotional development.
The design could also be altered to detect other infectious diseases and airborne viral threats by continuously monitoring the air of indoor environments.
UCLA study suggests younger kids might be more adept at deciphering nonverbal emotional cues in photographs.