A full 15 percent of the newly selected early-career faculty are researchers at UC.
Eric Walle explores why babies who walk have vocabularies that are significantly larger than those who crawl.
Master your ballot with these quick pointers before you cast your vote on or by March 3!
Birch Aquarium at Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UC San Diego, successfully breeds rare weedy seadragons for the first time.
Nadine Burke Harris, the state's first-ever surgeon general (and UC alum), is working with UCSF to realize her ambitious goal.
At one bank, the cumulative effect of male bonding accounts for 39 percent of the gender pay gap.
This could help treat or even reverse the development of conditions like Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and cancer.
The UC Immigrant Legal Services Center has doubled its caseload with DACA under threat. Attorney Rachel Ray talks about how students can protect themselves.
A streamable Feb. 28 symposium will explore the role of media, law, norms and technology in assuring acceptance of election results.
New research study will analyze dried blood spots recorded from California newborns in hope of improving ability to predict autism risk.
Long before dating sites, a pair of economists hit upon a formula with applications far beyond romance.
Stretch breaks and more open classrooms could lower health risks for students and faculty.
Many walls are put between us by social media. But we can start breaking them down by putting ourselves in another's shoes.
Bat immune systems can be so fierce that they drive viruses to a virulence that proves deadly for humans.
Charles Reichmann made an unexpected discovery while investigating the debate around Chinese immigration in the 1870s.
The move could drive regional change and would make UCLA one of the largest universities in the U.S. to take action.
The Pan-Cancer Project discovers causes of unexplained cancers and zeros in on mechanisms of development.
Overuse of selenium-heavy fertilizers creates airborne, lung-damaging particles.
There's been a lot of blue and gold on the silver screen. We hand out awards to some of the most surprising movies that feature UC.
A UC Santa Barbara biotech startup focused on creating a drug to stop uncontrolled bleeding has won the 2020 UC Startup Pitch Showcase.