Contest challenges students to amaze and enlighten the public before the three-minute buzzer sounds.
Pioneering UC research connects the dots between health and exposure to agricultural chemicals.
Report calls for improved detection, data collection, analysis to combat 'pandemic' of counterfeit medications.
UCOP will continue to fund three fellowships per campus, with the amount increasing to $4,000 for each fellowship, to support student-generated research, related projects or internships that focus on food issues.
The Movement Disorder Center at UC San Diego is investigating ways of earlier diagnosis of Parkinson's and other progressive diseases.
Doudna has received numerous honors and awards for her discovery of a revolutionary DNA-editing technique that has upended the world of genetics.
UC Santa Barbara, ranked third, along with UC Irvine, UC Santa Cruz and UC Davis among top sustainable campuses.
Interactive data allows the public to explore a wide range of topics related to UC.
Hang ten and a 4.0? Set your sights on UCLA, UC San Diego, UC Santa Barbara and UC Santa Cruz — among The Inertia's top academic surf schools.
NASA prepares for manned missions into deep space, the McClellan Nuclear Research Center is playing an integral role in the groundwork.
The Road Ecology Center tracks the unfortunate end for many animals and birds on California's roads. The center's California Roadkill Observation System produces an interactive map of roadkill around the state.
The insects pack a protein punch, but may not be the 'wonder food' in terms of sustainable cultivation.
Reza Aslan challenges the stigmas and stereotypes affecting Muslims and non-Muslims alike.
Berkeley Lab gets go-ahead for its method of mimicking natural soiling of roofing materials and its effect on cooling properties.
UCSF slated to lead public-private effort to advance data-driven medicine.
Scientists partner with Under Armour to create a new fabric that lets wearers regulate their personal thermal comfort.
While the U.S. economy rebounds, persistent low wages are costing taxpayers hundreds of billions of dollars in public support to working families,
Since 1975, UCSF Fresno has been a life-saver for San Joaquin Valley residents, particularly those living in rural communities.
Program provides California public high school students with transcripts to help them plan and prepare for college.
Napolitano: State budget cuts are the culprit.