The gift, from adjunct professor Larry Harding, honors his late father, UCLA alumnus Wayne Harding.
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With “The Meg 2” opening in theaters, we ask UCLA Ph.D. candidate De’Marcus Robinson which he would rather face.
A UCLA-led study of NASA’s DART mission determined that the strategy presents previously unanticipated risks.
The discovery and a new technique developed by the investigators could lead to safer, higher-performance rechargeable batteries.
The question remains: Does the technology mimic human reasoning or is it using a fundamentally new cognitive process?
Classes in the STEM fields should include context from history and other social sciences, UCLA researchers write.
A UCLA-led study found that adversity experienced by mothers during their childhood or pregnancy is reflected in their children’s gut microbiomes.
A new study led by scientists at UCLA and Michigan State suggests that conservation strategies address avian responses to climate-driven shifts.
As “Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny” whips into theaters, a UCLA doctoral candidate describes her real-life archaeology adventures.
A killer, yes. But an analysis of tooth minerals reveals how the warm-blooded predator maintained its body temperature.
Their newly developed method could bolster efforts to protect lives and property in some of the world’s most disaster-prone areas.
The annual award honors a mid-career faculty member with a distinguished record of teaching, research and service.
The competition, organized by UCLA, Amazon and consulting firm Slalom, introduces students to new ways of using technology to address critical issues.
An expert on carbon capture and conversion technology, she is currently chair of earth and environmental engineering at Columbia University.
Morolake Omoya is the first Black UCLA student to earn three degrees in civil and environmental engineering.
The small, distant galaxy JD1 is typical of the kind that burned off hydrogen fog left over from the Big Bang.
On the eve of the “Little Mermaid” premiere, a UCLA doctoral candidate speaks up for the jellyfish.
Genomic research led by UCLA scientists could support conservation efforts; the species is endangered in large part because of illegal hunting.
A study in mice shows that scarring of collagen pathways prevent stem cells from healing damaged tissue in Duchenne muscular dystrophy.
UCLA psychologists suggest that by 25, one’s mode of evaluating the truthfulness of information is pretty much set.
A UCLA-led team of astronomers found, surprisingly, that there are no young binary stars near the Milky Way’s black hole.
UCLA professors Jacob Foster and Danny Snelson weigh in on how artificial intelligence might influence and invigorate writing, art and culture.
A UCLA-led study finds that urban bird species tend to be smaller and less territorial and have greater ability to fly long distances.
The UCLA professors envision making a big impact with tiny particles.
This use of mechanical force helps B cells confront new pathogens and remember them while continuing to combat other threats.