Two doctoral students travel to Italy to assess the structural condition of one of Florence's landmarks, the Baptistery of St. John.
Cells are like night club bouncers, says UC San Diego's Amro Hamdoun: With every substance that a cell encounters, it has to decide which to eliminate and which to let in.
The UC system received more than $1.8 billion in 2014 contract and grant funding from NIH, supporting high-caliber biomedical research that is driving advances in science and breakthroughs in health.
UC San Diego is one of several U.S. and Mexican institutions of higher education to launch the CaliBaja Consortium for Higher Education with the goal of becoming a leader in cross-border education by 2020.
Scripps scientists reveal how nitrogen is recycled in the ecosystem’s food web.
It's not just low wages. Study by UCLA Fielding School of Public Health points out another disturbing impact of income inequality: its effect on people’s health.
Studies of geysers in Chile and Yellowstone National Park reveal why geysers erupt periodically: the loops and bends in their plumbing.
Additional strains of the parasite — and the disease it transmits — prove a greater risk even to those with healthy immune systems.
Most of the laws of nature treat particles and antiparticles equally, but stars and planets are made of particles, or matter, and not antiparticles, or antimatter. That asymmetry puzzled scientists for many years.
Shellfish industry — especially mollusks — is at long-term risk in 15 states.
University leaders from Baja California, San Diego forge long- and short-term collaborations.
Feeling blue? Anxious? Fatigued? Roger Walsh offers ‘Eight Ways to Wellbeing.’
UC Irvine's Kristen Monroe and others examine the factors that drive people to help or to turn a blind eye.
In USC's 37th annual Pullias Lecture, the University of California president puts tuition in a wider context of the state system’s tradition of innovation.
Sloan Research Fellowships recognize outstanding early-career scientists in eight fields.
Research summit aims to inspire UC-wide collaborations around fisheries and aquaculture
UC Irvine expert explains the history behind celebrations of the Asian holiday.
Images of crystal meth addicts show clearly how the drug drastically alters a person's appearance. Now, Daniele Piomelli and others at UC Irvine have discovered how the drug affects the body's cells to speed up aging.
Most people trying to lose weight would expect to break a sweat, but a UC Irvine researcher has a different idea. In fact, he recommends chilling out... literally.
Philanthropist Chuck Feeney's gift — which makes him the UC system's single largest donor — will support new Mission Bay hospitals, scholarships, faculty and research programs.