The question-behavior effect, a cognitive quirk, can set your new actions up for success.
Thanks to data from NASA's Cassini spacecraft, astronomers are stumped no longer.
Scientists are learning how our guts connect to our brains.
Viral star and UCLA gymnast Katelyn Ohashi is capable of perfection. But most importantly, she's capable of joy.
With a little help from HBO's “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” scientists learn more about how we process the flow of time.
As UC's sustainability goals become increasingly ambitious, the entire community is pitching in.
There are ghosts to be reckoned with in our state and its history, which an entirely new field aims to address.
Large study identifies genetic variants linked to risk tolerance and risky behaviors.
The sugar industry has driven decades of biased research that shirk sugar's responsibility for chronic disease.
A glimpse of UC Davis' bottomless collection.
Researchers try to discover how many dry years plants can survive.
How closely do deep learning computer networks mimic the human brain? There's still a long way to go, psychologists find.
New findings show how a tilt of the head facilitates social interaction, with potential benefits for people with autism.
A week with UC Berkeley lawyer Paula Raffaelli, who volunteered to help detainees navigate the legal system.
A machine-learning algorithm diagnosed early-stage Alzheimer’s disease using a common PET scan.
Gopesh Tilvawala is developing a first-of-its-kind catheter to navigate tiny arteries in the brain.
Scientists find the genetic basis for these dogs’ appearance, and link it to a rare inherited syndrome in humans.
Historical context helps explain the urgency of present-day Central American migrations.
A new report on the national goal of enrolling 50,000 additional low- and moderate-income students by 2025.
Researchers are trying to figure out the secret to some elderly people's success.