President Drake, who provided vaccinations on a recent Sunday at a community hub in the Mission District, delivers a PSA on why getting immunized against COVID-19 is so important.
Asian American and Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander Heritage Month is here! Find out how well you know UC’s artists, civic leaders and Nobel Prize winners by taking our quiz.
The prestigious academies recognize the excellence and leadership of researchers in their fields.
UCLA design media arts faculty and alumni share their thoughts on the crypto-art craze.
Some context for your cat’s actions (without lifting their veil of mystery).
Join student leaders on Monday, May 3, to learn how you can help their grassroots efforts to boost federal financial aid.
A new study suggests that the dangers posed by wildfire smoke may also extend to the largest organ in the human body: the skin.
Vote online for your favorite contestants during UC’s 6th annual Grad Slam contest.
A report to the state outlines policy pathways to meet the zero-carbon time crunch.
Researchers developed technology for turning carbon dioxide into concrete.
UC Carbon Neutrality Initiative student fellow Neda Ibrahim establishes a campus collective focused on community-driven, equity-based climate solutions.
One astronaut’s amazing Earth Day — getting ready to pilot a flight to the International Space Station
Alumna Megan McArthur to return to space as pilot of NASA’s SpaceX Crew-2 mission, set to launch Friday, April 23.
University of California President Michael V. Drake, M.D., and UC Board of Regents Chair John A. Pérez released the following statement today (April 20) regarding the Chauvin trial verdict.
The new center seeks not only to address the root causes of climate change, but also the broad range of associated social, racial and environmental injustices.
Paging your inner child: Paleontologists conclude 20,000 T. rexes roamed North America at any given time.
The new degree will not only enhance academic offerings but will foster collaborative study regarding the current experiences and histories of people of African descent.
Researchers use satellite imagery to track how cows and elk interact at the interface of wildland and rangeland.
A new study finds hundreds of public water systems are out of compliance, but points to solutions the state (and nation) can pursue.
A writer explores what happens to art when our muses become mechanical, when inspiration is not divine but digital.
Researchers are racing to find ways to help California's iconic wine industry adapt to a changing climate, including drought and wildfire.