UC San Francisco's Dr. Laura Esserman, who leads the Athena Breast Health Network — a collaboration of the five UC medical centers — offers insights into breast cancer.
Mark Bittman meets with UC Berkeley's Jennifer Sowerwine, who studies the cultural and ethnic dimensions of food security among Hmong farmers in the Central Valley. Together, they discuss the challenges facing these micro-farmers, and pick up produce at a Hmong stall at the Berkeley Farmers Market.
A sweet may sound like a treat, but a steady diet of them also may impair recovery from mental deficits after head trauma.
Third campus visit touches on affordability, sustainability and outreach to local high-schoolers.
UC Davis Chancellor Katehi: Ranking based on upward mobility speaks to university's values.
Humans just aren't cut out for tedious jobs like monitoring a computer screen — even if the consequences of failure are dire.
Initiative is part of $100M commitment to neuroscience by the Kavli Foundation.
Times Higher Education includes eight UC campuses in its annual list of top universities.
Technology has greatly accelerated research on an ambrosia beetle that is damaging trees in Southern California.
Nation’s largest planned zero net energy community is 82 percent on the way to its goal.
Big data study will explore the developing minds and brains of 10,000 children.
U.S. poet laureate — a UCLA alumnus and UC Riverside professor emeritus — has been called an 'American original.'
UCLA-VA pilot project is nation’s first to offer veterans access to cutting-edge cancer clinical trials and state-of-the-art treatment facilities.
UC Berkeley, UCLA and UC San Diego rated highly by College Factual and Money magazine.
Can mushrooms stop cell phone batteries from degrading over time? Engineering researchers at UC Riverside think so.
Synthetic leaf project aims to convert sunlight into transportation fuel through photosynthesis.
Researchers will build working models with Mexican counterparts and seek to pair with NASA to create space-friendly methods of health treatment.
Berkeley Lab gets $1.3M to study health impacts of the stubborn, noxious residue left behind from smoked tobacco.
Study will examine the role of epigenetics in allowing plants to survive in drought conditions.
Bacteria, chemicals and trash often end up on Southern California beaches after it rains. To understand how this and other contamination ends up in the water, the Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UC San Diego is dying water pink.