Million dollar hoods website provides unprecedented access to jail data By Jessica Wolf As the realities of mass incarceration face increased scrutiny across the nation, UCLA researchers have […]
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YEARLONG COURSE HELPS FRESHMEN BETTER UNDERSTAND THE AGING PROCESS AND OLDER ADULTS By Dan Gordon One of the first tasks freshman Suzannah Henderson was assigned in the course […]
Results pave the way for genetically engineering the toxin to be lethal to other mosquito species transmitting Zika virus and dengue fever By Katherine Kornei An international team of scientists, […]
New noninvasive technique could result in low-cost therapy for patients with severe brain injury By Stuart Wolpert A 25-year-old man recovering from a coma has made remarkable progress following a […]
Cover Story UCLA faculty and students are at the brink of historic breakthroughs in the most complex and least understood organ in the body. Through the use of the latest […]
UCLA placed second among American public universities and 12th among all universities globally in a prominent international ranking.
World-renowned guitar maker Bob Taylor, of Taylor Guitars, has donated $400,000 to support ebony conservation research and restoration efforts in Cameroon. Work will be coordinated by UCLA professor Thomas B. […]
Eleven new endowed faculty chairs established in less than two years. A groundswell of philanthropic support has resulted in 11 new endowed faculty chairs in the UCLA College since the […]