Look back on 150 years of amazing discoveries, students and visionaries that helped make UC what it is today in a new video.
Spider fear is one of the most well-studied phobias, but a new study shows people are more afraid of scorpions.
UCSF's Daniel Ciccarone explores opioid use up close to try to stem the rising tide of overdoses.
Psychedelics have shown promise in the clinic for treating neuropsychiatric diseases.
Current immigration laws give the executive branch considerable discretion.
The findings suggest the potential for brain implants to treat stroke patients.
There are universal sensations when we are moved by love, including goosebumps, tears and tenderness.
Napolitano on family separations: ‘I don’t know how this could be justified either legally or morally’
The UC president called Trump’s zero-tolerance policies ‘cruel’ and a ‘misallocation’ of resources.
The renowned Scripps climate researcher and former NASA scientist James Hansen honored for their work.
UC astronauts like Sally Ride paved the way for women at the highest level: space.
Human activity is causing the planet’s mammals to flee daylight for the protection of night, according to a new study.
A science-backed strategy can help calm your kid before their next blood draw or shot.
The extreme shortage of affordable housing is driving California's epidemic of homelessness.
Jihad Qusanyeh, imprisoned and tortured as a student, will be among the first to assemble his virtual ‘backpack.’
Powered only by sunlight, a next-generation water harvester has pulled drinking water from thin, desert air.
The Class of 2018 is ready to lead, both at home and abroad.
The UC system easily rises to the top when it comes to invention.
Sequoia Thompson follows her dream of becoming a clinical psychologist and working with queer black youth.
Transgender grad Lucero Camarena will bring a message of authenticity to the commencement stage.
Racial resentment is found to fuel opposition to government anti-poverty programs.