UC President Michael V. Drake reflects on the Black workers, scholars, artists and activists who have propelled the University of California — and the world — forward, and the work that remains to be done to achieve our ideals of equality, inclusion and justice.
UC students and leaders testified to the urgent need to reinvest in Pell Grant funding that helps those from low-income families pay for college.
The UCLA planetary scientist is deputy principal investigator for one of the NASA rover’s experiments.
Knowing what depression looks like and how to manage it can help prevent you from slipping into dark moods.
The tool could be a boon to people who need to monitor underlying conditions, like diabetes or high blood pressure.
Both earned their teaching credentials at the UC Irvine School of Education.
But a pair of UC Riverside studies finds that kids and pets don't offset isolation from social distancing, nor do video chats.
Security experts, higher education leaders convene in late Jan. to address the rise of foreign threats.
Reflections on the holiday and its global celebrations from scholars at UC Irvine.
A new pilot program uses wastewater and surface monitoring to detect the presence of SARS-CoV-2 in TK-8 schools and child care centers.
Dogs’ highly evolved noses can rapidly detect the SARS-CoV-2 virus, research finds.
New research center is the brainchild of Eddie Comeaux, a higher education professor and former Division I athlete.
Certified organic French wines rated higher by experts, UCLA-led study finds.
Meet Kirsten Howley, the real-life Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory astrophysicist working to prevent “Armageddon,” as UC celebrates the International Day of Women and Girls in Science (Feb. 11).
The Double the Pell campaign calls on the federal government to reinvest in Pell Grants, the vital aid program that helps millions afford college.
An interview with audio on rebuilding community in partisan and pandemic times, with Tyrone Wise and Dacher Keltner.
People are adapting to speaking and listening in our masked world, with some unexpected perks, a study shows.
The effects of unhealthy food followed young mice into adulthood.
Shuji Nakamura’s efforts have changed the world, earning him the 2021 Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering.
Called a nanobody, this treament could be taken by someone with COVID-19 to reduce their viral load immediately.