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Check a box and fund two UC-administered cancer research projects — one helping young women preserve fertility and sexual health, the other creating a safer, more effective tool for early detection of lung cancer.
Doing well by doing good is increasingly the go-to strategy for everything from marketing to entertainment — driven by millennials, the world’s first digital generation.
The country has never been so diverse — but not so in Hollywood. The numbers of nonwhite and female actors and others in the entertainment industry remain distressingly low.
A few new species of these colorful, dancing spiders have been found in eastern Australia; a UC Berkeley grad student discovered and named some of them.
UCSF chancellors emeriti J. Michael Bishop and Susan Desmond-Hellmann, and UCLA cancer researcher Dennis Slamon will appear in a Ken Burns-produced PBS documentary, “Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies." The three-part film premieres March 30.
On March 20, more than 650 UC medical students were among the nearly 17,000 seniors at traditional U.S. medical schools who learned where they were matched for their residencies.
Library of Congress adds Vernacular Wax Cylinder Recordings collection to the National Recording Registry.
Research team has won a five-year, $14.1 million award to investigate whether a personalized approach to breast cancer screening is as safe and effective as annual mammograms.
U.S. Bureau of Reclamation awards nearly $2.5 million per year for four years for UC Davis lab's work for the species.
How UC is playing a pivotal role in food, its cultivation and feeding the world.
UC Berkeley-engineered robot gets the laundry down pat.
Scientists say the red giant swept clear the inner solar system, resulting in the formation of a planetary system unlike any other astronomers have yet found.
Founding faculty member and second chancellor at UC Irvine never lost interest in learning.
UC Davis hosts — with an assist from the car maker — a house that takes green living to a whole new level.
Researchers at UCSF Medical Center may have a potential ally in the White House, as they develop targeted therapies for diseases like cancer.
A century ago, Cal alumni had a major influence on both launching and maintaining the National Park system.
Military veterans and their dependents who are UC students will be able to pay lower in-state tuition even if they otherwise are not eligible.
What if there were a pill that made you more compassionate and more likely to help someone less fortunate? That's not so far-fetched.
The campus has joined the floodtide of universities that have created their own online crowdfunding sites, a move that’s bringing in money for projects as different as electric car research and renovating a baseball park.