Ask yourself these five questions when setting 2021 goals.
Reflecting on the poem’s renewed relevance on the 700th anniversary of its completion.
Age at first use and number of tobacco products consumed also increases addiction risk.
Focusing on what you get right, instead of what you get wrong, can help your judgment if anxious or depressed, a new study says.
An astrophysicist faces the universe’s darkness with help from those around her and from the stars above her.
A global team of scientists suggests extraordinary action on sustainability is necessary soon to avoid a dark future.
UCSF infectious disease expert Charles Chiu on how the new variant emerged, whether available vaccines will still work and what we need to do now.
New report on status of Black students urges incoming Biden administration to confront pervasive segregation.
New research details the high level of uncertainty and financial stress experienced by California high school seniors weighing college during a pandemic.
When traumas occur, experts now believe it’s most effective to treat the whole family. A new intervention will explore this idea over a three-year period.
The UC Riverside School of Medicine will serve as a lead site for a clinical trial on stuttering.
How physicists are making a return trip from the Red Planet a possibility.
The University of California Board of Regents is searching for the 2022-23 student regent to serve on UC’s governing body.
A look at where we started and how far we’ve come following the unprecedented mobilization of the health and research enterprise against a devastating pandemic.
UC medical centers begin administering the long-hoped for vaccine to essential and frontline workers.
A federal ruling restores the program for undocumented students. Jennifer Nájera, associate professor and chair of Ethnic Studies, tells us why this matters.
A new study suggests the breastmilk of mothers who have recovered from COVID-19 contains strong antibodies to the virus.
In his Kern County hometown, Osorio will focus on keeping workers safe from COVID-19, programs to stem gang violence and water affordability.
UC convenes Artificial Intelligence Working Group to harness innovative technology, establish guardrails for equitable and ethical use
The group will harness the intellectual horsepower of the university to realize the benefits of AI while establishing necessary safeguards.
Scientists to take on the imposing threats of incurable fungus, root rot and salinity.