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Coretta Harris, left, chair of the 2019 Gold Shield Faculty Prize Committee; Paul Barber; and Karen Sears, ecology and evolutionary biology department chair, who nominated Barber for the award.

Marine scientist Paul Barber named 2019 Gold Shield Faculty Prize winner

 

In the very first day of his “Introduction to…
June 12, 2019/by administrator
Karida Brown and Robert Dallek

Two professors will be part of the Obama Presidency Oral History Project

Karida Brown, assistant professor of sociology, and Robert…
May 31, 2019/by administrator
New simulations suggest that carbon (C) routinely bonded with iron (Fe), silicon (Si) and oxygen (O) deep within the magma ocean that covered Earth when it was young.

New insights about carbon and ice could clarify inner workings of Earth, other planets

 

Most people behave differently when under extreme…
May 23, 2019/by administrator
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UCLA psychologist on why we should embrace aging

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Alan Castel notes that wisdom…
May 14, 2019/by administrator
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UCLA Stavros Niarchos Foundation Center for the Study of Hellenic Culture Announces Appointment of Sharon E. J. Gerstel as Director

 

The UCLA Stavros Niarchos Foundation Center for…
May 14, 2019/by administrator
The members of the Million Dollar Hoods team use public law enforcement data to map the cost of incarceration in Los Angeles.

UCLA to expand data science use in social sciences with a boost from analytics consultancy LRW

The Division of Social Sciences in the UCLA College and global…
May 6, 2019/by UCLA Newsroom
UCLA 100 Years Skyline

UCLA to mark 100th birthday with year of celebration

A yearlong series of programs and events will celebrate…
May 1, 2019/by administrator
Patricia J. Johnson

UCLA microbiologist Patricia J. Johnson elected to National Academy of Sciences

Patricia J. Johnson, UCLA professor of microbiology, immunology…
May 1, 2019/by administrator
Meredith Cohen

Professor Meredith Cohen Discusses Rebuilding and Restoring Notre Dame Cathedral

Feelings of grief and despair were felt across the globe…
May 1, 2019/by administrator
Jo Anne Van Tilburg, right, and Cristián Arévalo Pakarati

The stone faces and human problems on Easter Island

Archaeologist Jo Anne Van Tilburg continues to seek insight…
April 23, 2019/by UCLA Newsroom
Divers survey submersible cages used to farm cobia off the coast of Puerto Rico. UCLA researchers conducted the first country-by-country evaluation of the potential for marine aquaculture under current policies and practices.

Will ocean seafood farming sink or swim? UCLA study evaluates its potential

 

Seafood farming in the ocean — or marine aquaculture…
April 23, 2019/by administrator

Best in snow: New scientific device creates electricity from snowfall

UCLA researchers and colleagues have designed a new device…
April 16, 2019/by administrator