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 Davis Helps Empower Those Tackling Africa's Energy Challenges

UC Davis helps empower those tackling Africa's energy challenges

Young African leaders are leveraging campus expertise to develop zero-net energy solutions for their nations.

Solar LED products in testing lab

Modern off-grid lighting could create 2 million new jobs in developing world

Moving away from polluting, fuel-based lighting isn't just good for the environment - it puts people to work

UC Berkeley Pokemon Go

The man behind Pokémon Go

Meet the UC Berkeley alum who created the most popular mobile game in history.

UC Davis bumblebee

Working together to weigh a bee

Engineers and entomologists at UC Davis figure out a tricky problem vital to monitoring colony health.

UC San Diego EWH team

UC San Diego undergrads develop low-cost HIV management solution

New system to be tested this summer could transform HIV treatment in low-resource settings.

flexible solar

The flexible, durable solar cell

UC San Diego nanoengineers bring an entrepreneurial bent to solar cell research.

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