From spider venom to chili peppers, Julius explores all avenues to understand the neuroscience of pain. He shares the award jointly with UCLA alum Ardem Patapoutian.
Neuroscientist Emily Jacobs will discuss the understudied topic of women’s brain health.
Married professors Nigel Hughes and Mary Droser earn top honors in their field.
The institute will conduct research into climate change, the dynamics of gender relationships and power, the arts and countering disinformation.
UC San Diego joins the University of Hawai‘i to compete at the first autonomous car race at famed Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Innovative joint program in computational precision health at UC Berkeley and UCSF aims to improve quality and equity of health care
The launch marks a significant step toward advancing this new field and, ultimately, improving the quality and equity of health care.
UC is one of the first universities in the nation to establish overarching principles for the responsible use of AI, with an emphasis on transparency and accountability.
Findings point to herbal treatment to potentially help curb the opioid epidemic.
UC Davis researchers are uncovering the possible long-term health effects of air pollution from wildfires.
Physicists propose a new method for defending the Earth against cosmic impacts.
Two forest researchers whose own communities were threatened by fires in 2021 explain how historic policies left forests at high risk of megafires.
UCLA-led critical mission studies program creates a new model to understand the past, present and future.
His pioneering studies questioned the prevailing assumptions about the impact of immigration on native-born U.S. workers and the effect of minimum wage increases on domestic job growth.
First-year student Sariel Sandoval has won a scholarship that recognizes non-resident students who are “game changers, trailblazers, solution seekers and revolutionaries.”
The Oiled Wildlife Care Network has once again sprung into action to rescue affected animals. So far, they are hopeful the number will remain low.
The largest research grant in the 16-year history of the campus aims to improve agricultural and environmental water resilience.
Physicians have successfully provided immediate, long-term relief to a patient with severe depression through the equivalent of a pacemaker for the brain.
Professor and medical anthropologist Nancy Chen’s talk on healthy bodies has been viewed more than 780,000 times.
David W.C. MacMillan, who earned his Ph.D. in chemistry at UC Irvine, is now a Nobelist for his work in developing better catalysts for converting and building molecules.
UC Berkeley colleagues and mentors — including 2013 Nobelist Randy Schekman — share fond memories of a talented and kind young mind.