Researchers will work to create super-powerful computers that harness the mysterious behavior of particles at the subatomic level.
Researchers receive Department of Energy grant to transform carbon dioxide into construction materials
CO2Concrete, developed by UCLA engineers, is made in part from emissions captured from power plants and other sources.
The innovative device turns finger movements into electrical signals and ultimately into spoken words through a smartphone app.
“The underlying theory is identical for all conspiracy theories,” says UCLA professor Timothy Tangherlini.
The film collects chemical signals from sweat and converts them into electrical ones that can be processed and displayed on a watch.
In recent years the department has been trying to make labs more engaging; safer-at-home orders demonstrated the benefits of letting students design their own experiments.
In an open letter, deans and faculty members recommit to promoting diversity.
The program, called SuEIR, takes into account the number of cases categorized as susceptible, unreported, exposed, infectious and recovered.
Achieving net-zero emissions in California by 2050 can prevent thousands of deaths annually, researchers say.
The team proposed a redesign of certain elements of a Los Angeles elementary school to improve its environmental sustainability.
The shields can be mass-produced using laser cutting and 3D injection molding, giving quick relief to health workers battling the pandemic.
Bioengineering professor Jacob Schmidt is working with Douglas Daniels, director of the Lux Labs at the UCLA Library, to manufacture face shields.
“The advance is like the transition from black-and-white TV to color TV,” said UCLA professor Aydogan Ozcan.
With financial assistance from the cast and crew of the TV show, Jonathan Shi is planning a career in medicine to give back to his community.
Mackenzie, professor emeritus of materials science and engineering at the UCLA Samueli School of Engineering, died Feb. 19. He was 94.
Kleinrock was awarded the campus’s highest honor for his contributions in providing the intellectual foundation for the modern technical age.
Alumnae Patricia Coleman James and Coretta Harris, along with current student Imani Elston, discuss the early days and how the chapter has evolved.
Advanced statistical techniques enabled UCLA researchers to look backward in time hundreds of thousands of years without fossil DNA.
The patch significantly prolonged survival and reduced the growth of tumors in mice.
Invented by researchers from UCLA and China, the coating was inspired by a natural mechanism that keeps blood from freezing in some fish species.
The cross-disciplinary institute involving Engineering and the School of Law will examine advances in artificial intelligence, autonomous vehicles, robotics and new forms of digital media to identify their benefits and risks.
The key is a new catalyst: copper with a few atoms of the precious metal ruthenium.
Thanks to an advance by UCLA engineers, the two-wing structure could soon be used to make windmills that harvest energy more efficiently.
Report from Web of Science Group identifies researchers in 21 fields whose work was most often referenced by other papers.
The research is the most comprehensive study to date investigating the potential future scale and cost of 10 different ways to use carbon dioxide.