Mapping connections among lost art, migrating birds and Star Trek.
The Rapanui people most likely believed the ancient monoliths helped food grow on the Polynesian island, a new study reveals.
In this role, Hoek will provide leadership and grow partnerships with faculty and stakeholders to improve ecosystem health in Los Angeles.
The study highlights the need to teach consumers about the dangers of some drug interactions.
The analysis is the only comprehensive analysis of the state of the region’s water systems
The analysis by the Luskin Center for Innovation helps the state deliver on its legal recognition that safe, clean, affordable and accessible water is a human right.
At a Zócalo/UCLA Downtown event, experts discussed how much sea level rise we can expect, how we balance public and private concerns, and how we can reduce additional risk.
The engineers and mathematicians have designed a unique and effective system that could be used to produce clean, fresh water, or to recycle industrial water that would otherwise be wasted.
Social scientists partner with Nollywood film industry to test a corruption-reporting campaign in Nigeria
The project, which used a feature film and a text messaging prompt, led a record number of Nigerian citizens to report acts of misconduct.
The UCLA School of Nursing research shows that underhydration and dehydration are likely to be under-recognized and could bring health problems ranging from urinary tract infections to frequent falls.
The announcement by Los Angeles officials that the city would recycle 100 percent of its wastewater by 2035 aligns with the UCLA Sustainable LA Grand Challenge.
The UCLA report calls for conservation, policy and infrastructure improvements.
Formed in partnership with the Waitt Foundation, the Blue Prosperity program works with local governments, businesses and communities.
UCLA research shows that swift public action could actually result in more wetlands.
The event at the Hammer Museum at UCLA is the latest in the “Future L.A.: Engineering a Sustainable Supercity” talks.
Single-celled coastal coccolithophores appear resilient to high levels of carbon dioxide.
New UCLA-led research demonstrates the financial benefits of using sources such as groundwater.
The nonsurgical technique, developed by a UCLA-led team, allows them to turn doorknobs and open water bottles for the first time in years.
From water resources to wildfires, UCLA research reveals a climate future that will have wide-ranging consequences.
Mark Gold says it'll take a combination of capturing stormwater, recycling treated wastewater and restoring groundwater.
Jon Christensen warns that as the city rediscovers the river, the future of communities along its path hangs in the balance.
UCLA-led research shows Earth may be approaching a carbon dioxide threshold for melting ice in the Arctic.
“It will take a lot of work, but 100 percent local water is possible by 2050,” said Mark Gold, one of the authors of the report.
The yearlong partnership provides graduate students with opportunities to create new narratives to engage audiences with research.
UCLA is already leading the way through its Sustainable LA Grand Challenge.