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Opening of the Terasaki Life Sciences Building highlights innovations at UCLA

The new Terasaki Life Sciences Building, which opened last fall,…
October 20, 2010/by Andrew Tran

College alumnus wins Nobel Prize in Chemistry

Richard Heck, who earned both his B.S. and Ph.D. in chemistry…
October 6, 2010/by Andrew Tran

Universal magnetic fields discovered in deep space

Scientists from UCLA and Cal Tech have discovered evidence of…
September 21, 2010/by Andrew Tran

Making sense of our inner worlds

Shelley Taylor, winner of the 2010 Lifetime Achievement Award…
August 27, 2010/by Andrew Tran

Researchers develop magnetic molecular machines to deliver drugs to unhealthy cells

A team led by chemist Jeffrey Zink and scientists from UCLA's…
August 9, 2010/by Andrew Tran

Scientists at UCLA find cell of origin for human prostate cancer

A UCLA research team lead by senior author Owen Witte has identified…
July 29, 2010/by Andrew Tran

Unveiling the complex, surprising history of Liberty Bell

UCLA Historian Gary Nash has unearthed a trove of new information…
June 21, 2010/by Andrew Tran

Study finds new pattern in DNA methylation, with implications for cancer, stem cell lines

Researchers Matteo Pellegrini and Steve Jacobsen have uncovered…
June 2, 2010/by Andrew Tran

Paul Terasaki donates $50 million to the Division of Life Sciences

Paul Ichiro Terasaki - a UCLA alumnus and faculty member who…
May 13, 2010/by Andrew Tran

Three professors from the College elected to National Academy of Sciences

Chemist Kendall Houk, sociologist Robert Mare, and anthropologist…
April 27, 2010/by Andrew Tran

UCLA book ‘Black Los Angeles’ chronicles city’s African American history, issues

"Black Los Angeles: American Dreams and Racial Realities," delves…
April 21, 2010/by Andrew Tran

Four College faculty named winners of Guggenheim Fellowships for 2010

The four scholars from the humanities and social sciences received…
April 14, 2010/by Andrew Tran