On March 7, Dana Cuff will discuss architecture’s ability to design more equitable futures at UCLA’s Faculty Research Lecture.
Katharine “Kitty” Young and Evan Mitchell Zepeda discovered their relatives, both civil rights icons, were longtime best friends.
The professor’s latest book uses creative nonfiction to show how one of the nation’s most divisive topics is bigger than money.
The collaboration among researchers at UCLA, USC and Caltech will advance cell and tissue engineering technology.
What prevents more Native Hawaiian, Pacific Islanders and Asian Americans from seeking mental health care?
Tailoring outreach by cultures, languages and nationalities could help increase utilization of services.
The grad student is coordinating the 2024 Thinking Gender conference, which is themed “Dystopian Realities, Feminist Utopias.”
The $20 million system in Singapore will be capable of removing 3,650 metric tons of CO2 per year while producing 105 tons of clean hydrogen.
The UCLA Center for Health Policy Research and its network of partners will offer free assistance across the country.
The center will focus on Parkinson’s and other neurodegenerative diseases and foster the development of physician-scientists in neurology.
The Feb. 24 campus ceremony marked the first day–of–issue of U.S. Postal Service’s commemorative Wooden stamp.
Speakers from across campus gathered at the California NanoSystems Institute at UCLA for an all-day symposium.
The distinguished professor emeritus of biological chemistry made breakthroughs in epigenetics research.
The 21st edition of the biennial event, at the Hammer Museum’s Billy Wilder Theater, is free.
The announcement comes as AmeriCorps leaders, state legislators look to campus program to inform national service campaign.
The endowed chair will support research, undergraduate and graduate courses in Armenian music, and academic conferences.
The HSI initiative will be hosting a campus forum on nurturing Latino excellence on Feb. 22.
Since last fall, the danceline performance group has carved out a new space for Black inclusion at Bruin sporting events.
The harm excessive light causes animals and humans, plus mitigation solutions, are detailed in a new report.
The UCLA-led research team’s study is the first to identify earlier adrenal puberty as a result of prenatal stress.
A UCLA-led team of scientists observed youngsters of orangutans and other apes engaging in playful teasing to get adults’ attention.
UCLA’s outgoing leader held a fireside chat with the high school students, who are getting ready for college.
Today, on what would have been the Italian astronomer’s 460th birthday, we revisit one of Newsroom’s most-read stories.
Agostini, a seasoned finance leader with extensive experience across higher education and government, will begin his new role May 6.
Six faculty members and researchers are conducting projects from Botswana to Japan, expanding and deepening the university’s global engagement.
A UCLA-led project aims to increase the availability of Spanish-language neuroscience research.