This Black History Month, we honor some of the bright young activists who are challenging the status quo and working to build a better future for us all.
Taxes may be a promising new tool in the fight again obesity, cardiovascular disease and diabetes.
The majority of atrial fibrillation triggers are lifestyle-related, such as alcohol, caffeine, exercise and lack of sleep.
Eight years ago, we learned students spend half as much time on homework as they did in the '60s. What will we learn this time?
This Black History Month, we are tuning into visions of the future from our current students and recent alums.
New research has uncovered a mechanism that helps us modulate our drinking — when it functions properly.
A new analysis of presidential approval ratings reveals truths about gender biases.
UC leads colleges and universities in the number of recipients of this year's distinguished annual award.
UC Berkeley's Skyler Wang tells you what you need to know about online dating.
The former secretary of state warns a capacity crowd about the rise of authoritarianism.
The impact of mild hearing loss may be lessened by higher education.
A stem cell breakthrough opens the door to Type 1 diabetes care.
The Cruz Roja Global Ties team created a mobile app to make ambulance dispatch in Tijuana easier, faster and more efficient.
New insights could lead to better anti-scarring treatments.
Researchers work with a family with triplets to study a lullaby device used in the intensive care unit.
In celebration of the 150th anniversary of the periodic table, a look at how far it’s come and where it’s headed.
Three scientists explain how they keep threatened species safe on their way to new habitats.
A brand new audio map of vocal outbursts spans 24 emotions.
For Black History Month, we highlight young researchers who are turning their work into a potent force for social justice and equity.
Those who keep finances separate are likelier to split up, be less satisfied with their relationship.