A spring recital series, staff scholarship opportunities and a resource fair are among the highlights of 2022.
A UCLA study raises the possibility that vaccine boosters may be equally effective in improving antibodies’ ability to target multiple variants of the virus.
The Archive’s free winter offerings, which include a wide variety of screenings, talks and artist tributes, will run from Jan. 7 to March 26.
An exhibition highlighting work from Australia’s Top End opens today at the Fowler Museum at UCLA.
In her new book, “The Good Kings,” UCLA’s Kara Cooney draws parallels between pharaohs and present-day authoritarians.
An international study co-led by UCLA’s Graeme Blair found that community policing did little to improve trust in law enforcement.
Forty years ago, when a UCLA physician published a three-page report first identifying the disease that would become known as AIDS, few imagined the devastating toll that would follow.
UCLA’s Brad Sears has observed how the current pandemic has been shaped by what we did and did not learn in the past 40 years.
Though medical treatment has progressed, laws that discriminate against people based their HIV-positive status remain on the books across the United States.
Centering Tribal Stories will train University of California scholars on collaborations with Native American communities.
UCLA Health pathologist Shangxin Yang shares what scientists know thus far and what the public needs to know to try to prevent infection.
A UCLA report identifies physical and mental health burdens among the millions who care for friends and family members.
The UCLA physician and film producer was honored for his humanitarian efforts, including his work to secure recognition of the Armenian genocide.
The findings were made possible by an algorithm developed by UCLA postdoctoral scholar Jon Zink.
Research brief: A UCLA-led study identifies a potential target for therapies to prevent or treat heart failure.
The veteran firefighter, who expects to earn his Ph.D. in chemistry in winter quarter, is using his knowledge to improve the health and safety of his colleagues.
A UCLA study of 12,000 health care workers found infected individuals who were unvaccinated shed more viral particles.
The conservationist received $100,000 for her work to protect Indonesia’s species-rich Leuser Ecosystem.
Royce Hall and Powell Library will shine in blue during a three-day tribute.
In “An Afro-Indigenous History of the United States,” Kyle Mays reframes U.S. history.
The writer and Latino Film Institute CEO touts the importance of UCLA’s research on inclusion in TV, movies.
Using stem cell engineering and organoid technology, UCLA researchers were able to produce large quantities of powerful cancer-fighting iNKT cells.
The list is compiled based on research citations from 2010 to 2020.
UCLA researchers use super-resolution microscopy to reveal surprising new details about X inactivation in female mouse embryos.
On the eve of World Kindness Day, UCLA’s Robert Kim-Farley discusses the simple acts that can help create a better world.