Insults and attacks always seem to get our attention, in politics and otherwise. Can we train our brains to flip these negative frames?
Today beds are synonymous with privacy. But they were once where travelers hunkered down with complete strangers.
People without sight can detect motion, distinguish light and dark with a new wireless device.
Take our fun quiz to see how well you know the UC community's contributions to our nation's Hispanic heritage.
Research suggests the happiest introverts may be extraverts.
UC President Janet Napolitano announced today (Sept. 18) at the UC Board of Regents meeting that she will step down in August 2020 after seven years of leading California’s preeminent public university system.
UC President Janet Napolitano and all 10 chancellors recognize ‘the need for a drastic societal shift to combat the growing threat of climate change.’
Seven campuses are among nation's most eco-friendly, while UC Irvine sets a record for being in the top 10 for a decade.
Crime buffs know DNA has transformed forensics, but isn't always good enough. That's where proteomics comes in.
CT scans deliver far higher doses of radiation than traditional X-rays, a factor patients should consider, researchers say.
We check in with nine of our newest arrivals as they launch into their journeys at UC.
A new clinical trial shows the medication ecopipam shortened stuttering episodes and increased speech fluency.
Each undergrad campus is among the nation's top 50 public universities, while UCs sweep the social mobility top 3.
Katie Maynard developed from an undergrad studying biology into one of UC's most potent forces for environmental change.
New study is one of the first to use advanced brain imaging to reveal how exposure to these chemicals changes the brain.
Human-driven land clearing and climate change are risking a devastating biodiversity crash.
Washington Monthly places all nine UC undergrad campuses among the nation’s Top 100 for social mobility and public service.
Newark is the latest U.S. city to struggle with high lead levels in drinking water. We can end this crisis.
A unique neurological signature not previously identified in patients may provide a path to new, more successful trials.
A blood test that costs a fraction of the price of a brain scan may flag concussion in patients that pass CT tests.