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Scientists solve 30-year-old aurora borealis mystery

UCLA space scientists and colleagues have identified the mechanism…
July 24, 2008/by Andrew Tran

New U.S. Poet Laureate is two-time UCLA Graduate

Kay Ryan, who July 17 was named the poet laureate of the United…
July 17, 2008/by Andrew Tran

Scientists learn how what you eat affects your brain

In addition to helping protect us from heart disease and cancer,…
July 9, 2008/by Andrew Tran

Student blogs offer inside view of archaeology digs

From late June through July, undergraduates on UCLA archaeological…
June 25, 2008/by Andrew Tran

Serotonin: Does it affect our sense of fairness?

The neurotransmitter serotonin, which acts as a chemical messenger…
June 6, 2008/by Andrew Tran

Global warming will negatively impact tropical species, study shows

Global warming may affect the health of species living in tropical…
May 5, 2008/by Andrew Tran

College faculty elected to National Academy of Sciences

Two mathematicians were among three UCLA faculty who were elected…
May 1, 2008/by Andrew Tran

UCLA faculty inducted into American Academy of Arts and Sciences October 11

Five scholars from the UCLA College of Letters and Science were…
April 30, 2008/by Andrew Tran

UCLA faculty elected to American Academy of Arts and Sciences

Seven UCLA scholars, including five from the College of Letters…
April 30, 2008/by Andrew Tran

UCLA faculty inducted into American Academy of Arts and Sciences October 11

Five scholars from the UCLA College of Letters and Science were…
April 30, 2008/by Andrew Tran

Former President Bill Clinton to speak at College Commencement

President Clinton will deliver the keynote address to the main…
March 20, 2008/by Andrew Tran

UCLA celebrates undergraduate education with week of events October 8-12

UCLA hosts an inaugural annual event to highlight innovations…
October 8, 2007/by Andrew Tran