UCLA professor Susan Perry and her team of researchers reveal their findings on capuchin monkeys and social integration.
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More than 60 graduate students have received training through the NSF-funded INFEWS initiative at UCLA.
Their new devices will enable scientists to observe neuronal activity in freely moving animals at even higher resolutions.
Levine was a professor of physics and astronomy who also earned his doctorate at UCLA. He died July 8.
Scientists have developed small molecules that protect the “quantumness” of qubits, an innovative step that could help to scale up processing power.
The two grant projects, funded by the National Institutes of Health and the Department of Defense, will be led by Dr. Jerzy Kupiec-Weglinski.
People could potentially live and work in lunar pits and caves with steady temperatures in the 60s.
Researchers have devised a method for more quickly predicting the performance of potential catalysts in fuel cells.
The research is an important advance toward cell therapies that could restore sensation in people with spinal cord injuries.
Can drugs like psilocybin and ecstasy effectively treat depression, addiction and other conditions? UCLA researchers are working to find out.
Thanks to the physicist’s expertise, the LUX-ZEPLIN has begun its hunt for the universe’s most elusive particles.
Research by UCLA, MIT and NIH scientists finds that a machine learning system organizes knowledge in a “very intuitive structure.”
UCLA-led research on a white dwarf 86 light-years from Earth sheds light on the systemic chaos that occurs when a star dies.
UCLA psychologist Matthew Lieberman explains why people don’t perceive the world the same way others do.
The honor recognizes his foundational studies in the fields of helio- and asteroseismology.
The UCLA professor speaks about why even non-scientists should be intrigued by space research and how the new organization will foster scholarly collaboration.
The seven-year study, led by UCLA psychologists, tracked mothers and their offspring from preconception until the children were 5 years old.
The findings suggest that a drug used to treat HIV-related memory loss could combat cognitive decline in middle-aged people.
A novel surface treatment developed at UCLA stops microbes from adhering to common medical devices like catheters and stents.
If they can escape death in poachers’ nets, the endangered marine mammal is well poised genetically to rebound despite inbreeding.
Dr. E. Dale Abel, Robert Bjork and Rosa Matzkin were honored for their distinguished and continuing achievements in original research.
UCLA had the second highest number of honorees among colleges and universities this year, followed by Stanford, UC Berkeley, MIT and Yale.
Professor Ramesh Srinivasan joined Frances Haugen and Jeff Orlowski-Yang for the panel, which was part of UCLA’s Common Experience program.
The advance could have implications for drug development and biological research.
UCLA scientists were surprised to find that amyloid fibrils in brains with frontotemporal degeneration were composed of the little-known protein TMEM106B.