Exoskeleton UC Berkeley startup

The rise of UC's startup culture

New Bay Area Council report highlights UC's mammoth economic contribution to the state of California.

Poop to fuel

Will cars of the future run on poop?

How UCLA researchers are using protein waste, including manure, to make a new generation of renewable biofuels.

Wi-Fi scanning robots with x-ray vision

How Wi-Fi can give us X-ray vision

Can Wi-Fi signals be used to sense the environment around us, or even see through walls?

marcus lehman

UC rising stars make Forbes 30 Under 30 list

Forty with ties to the University of California recognized by the magazine as young leaders in their fields.

solar thermal technology

UC creates five new inventions per day

In 2014, UC research led to 86 new startups and 1,769 new inventions — nearly five per day – amid a booming startup culture.

UC Riverside wastewater

Helping the state cope with drought using wastewater

A new economic model shows how treatment processes may create a viable, affordable water supply for crops.

UC Irvine diabetes

Needles not needed

A professor pursues an approach to diabetes that would make daily injections obsolete.

Jayathi Murthy UCLA

Closing the gender and diversity gap in the tech sector

UCLA Engineering Dean Jayathi Murthy talks about challenges women face.

UC Riverside cybersecurity

Study highlights major cybersecurity threat

Grad students demonstrate how Linux and Android systems can be compromised quickly, easily and from anywhere.

UC Berkeley tiny house

The psychology behind the tiny house movement

How these buildings reflect their dwellers' values, and why they've taken off.

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