UC Irvine is the No. 1 best value in the country, according to MONEY’s new rankings.
Real-time text, photo and video data could help first responders better allocate resources when disaster strikes.
About half of mainstream media visibility goes to climate-change deniers, many of whom are not climate scientists.
A new tool will help detect devices that criminals install in gas pumps to steal consumer credit and debit card data.
Scientists are trying to understand whether we can know enough about exercise to prescribe it.
A yearlong observation will focus on African Americans’ extraordinary contributions to American life and the struggle for justice.
A single dose eliminated all B-cell lymphoma that had metastasized to the animals’ central nervous system.
How did we become obsessed with thinness? It has to do with race, says sociologist Sabrina Strings.
Big Boy, the unofficial campus cat, thrives thanks to an informal but comprehensive caretaking system.
Friendly attitudes toward gender equality increased for decades, then hit a speed bump in the '90s. The reason why might surprise you.
Is a bottle of morning milk at night the equivalent of turning on all the lights at bedtime?
Scientists will study the DNA of endangered and threatened species and learn which are most vulnerable to climate change.
For the University of California, summer is a time to be unusually experimental, adventurous and productive.
Thirty academics across UC, including Jennifer Doudna and Nobel Prize-winner Elizabeth Blackburn, will halt editorial duties until a deal is reached.
The national park would retain just 0.02 percent of its tree habitat if no climate change action is taken.
The lens is the first example of an interface between humans and soft machines. Is ‘The Terminator’ next?
Doctors are investigating a variety of new treatments to end cancer patients’ pain and give them hope.
Computer scientist William Wang’s deep learning project aims to understand the spread of online misinformation.
A genetic trait may be behind those who thrive on very-early-to-bed, very-early-to-rise lifestyles.
Cilantro has been used as food and medicine for 8,000 years. Now, scientists know how it works to curb epileptic seizures.