The collaboration among researchers at UCLA, USC and Caltech will advance cell and tissue engineering technology.
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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.
Today, on what would have been the Italian astronomer’s 460th birthday, we revisit one of Newsroom’s most-read stories.
A UCLA-led project aims to increase the availability of Spanish-language neuroscience research.
‘Your voice matters too’: UCLA’s AJ Addae on the need for young Black scientists in the cosmetics industry
There’s an “inclusivity problem” when it comes to the testing and development of skin products, the doctoral student and entrepreneur says.
Fundamental step toward ultrafast magnetism-based computers comes from multi-institution team science involving UCLA.
This is the second year in a row — and the sixth time in past 10 years — that the program has held the top spot in U.S. News’ annual survey.
Academy membership recognizes those who have made outstanding contributions to engineering research, practice or education.
A combination of battery technology and catalysis opens new avenues for cheap, high-capacity batteries.
If cold dark matter theories are correct, the Webb Space Telescope should find tiny, bright galaxies of early universe.
Active Membranes, a startup within the Magnify Incubator at CNSI, has developed an innovative technology to treat and desalinate water.
‘Zombie’ virus fragments continue to cause inflammation after the virus is destroyed.
Findings reveal eons of environmental changes and offer hope that soil and rock samples hold traces of life.
UCLA has launched a hub supported by the foundation’s new directorate for Technology, Innovation and Partnerships.
Video: Chancellor Block, Gov. Newsom and UC President Drake announce the launch of the ambitious project at a Jan. 3 press conference.
Scientists say the discovery presents a rare opportunity to study the physics that shape thousands of other planets.
At the new research park, the California Institute for Immunology and Immunotherapy at UCLA is poised to enter a new era of biomedical breakthroughs.
The quantum innovation hub will produce advances in computing, sensing and other areas while training a new workforce for the burgeoning field.
It’s that time again — an opportunity to take stock of a year filled with awe-inspiring achievements and more than a few surprises, and to celebrate the accomplishments of our entire Bruin community.
Insights gleaned from biological resistance could help humans overcome aversion to the social changes needed to halt global warming.
Physicists, engineers and materials scientists will partner with hubs led by Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and the University of Rochester.
UCLA-led team maps medium- and high-entropy alloys, identifies potential to tune their properties, making them both stronger and more flexible.
A $9.4 million federal grant furthers the UCLA Agile Visual Analytics Lab’s goal of making information accessible and meaningful for all.
The funding will support student research, faculty development and bolster activities that promote a sense of community.
A powerful new genomic approach developed by UCLA researchers and colleagues could boost efforts to slow illegal trade of pangolins.