While Californians look forward to the prospect of a rainy El Niño, researchers fear it may signal the end of momentum on water reforms.
Hugs. High fives. Fist bumps. Touch is an essential part of how people communicate with one another. UC Berkeley psychology professor Dacher Keltner examined NBA games to see if there is a relationship between a team's success and how often they touch.
Technique produces tiny models of human tissue, or ‘organoids,’ that can be used in cancer research and drug screening.
AffordableSchools.net named five UC campuses to its top 50 Most Entrepreneurial Schools in America.
New solar cells absorb high-energy light at 30 times the concentration of conventional cells.
Robotic step training and noninvasive spinal stimulation enable patient to take thousands of steps.
The disorder contributes to a breakdown of the blood–brain barrier, which protects brain tissue.
New technique could pave the way for ultra low power and high-security wireless communication systems.
President Napolitano joins Tavis Smiley to discuss higher education, national security and more. Tune in on your local PBS station tonight, or watch online starting Sept. 2.
Thanks to its prevalence as garbage in the ocean, plastics have been ingested by 90 percent of individual seabirds now living.
Citizen scientists are joining botanists to find and measure California's plant diversity.
Solar laser beams will push that deadly space rock out of a collision course with Earth: It sounds far-fetched, but it may be closer to reality than one might think.
1 in 5 older adults have incomes above the federal poverty level, but still struggle to pay their expenses.
Short sleepers are four times more likely to catch a cold, suggesting a rested immune system works better.
New book examines how conventional nuclear-family-in-suburbia model has evolved into unique ‘lifespaces’ in 21st century America.
Story of the friendship between a stem cell scientist and a young athlete — and a message of encouragement for LGBT youth — is featured on ESPN.
Why did people make their personal information so easily available to a company that facilitates cheating?
Cutting-edge optical scanning technique developed by the Berkeley Lab promises to revitalize these old, fragile recordings.
Virus turns host immune cells into suicide machines, using them to spread the virus and cause the progression from infection to disease.
UC Irvine, UC San Diego receive renewed Clinical and Translational Science Awards.