They weathered an extraordinary year and have come out stronger.
COVID vaccines arrived with historic speed, but the science behind it isn't new. Years of research put us in a position to deliver vaccines both fast and safely. Our UC expert explains how we got here.
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Could San Francisco and L.A. become affordable again? Possibly, says economist Jan Brueckner.
“Let service be your mantra,” Oprah Winfrey urged UC Santa Barbara's newest graduates.
‘Earworms’ are more than a passing nuisance. They help us preserve memory – for music and for life.
"We pledge to continue to do the work that made UC Merced deserving of this magnificent investment in our students, faculty and staff,” said Chancellor Juan Sánchez Muñoz.
Berkeley Lab scientists are solving the practical and environmental problems of traditional plastics.
For starters, they are impossible to trace.
All three of the campus’s newest peregrine falcons — male triplets born in April — are in flight school.
The trips hope to illuminate how Earth’s evil twin became uninhabitable.
Drake, the current UC president, led campus during era of unprecedented growth.
The research symposium focused on enhancing the state’s resiliency to wildfire, extreme drought, and climate change.
New class examines how and why physical activity can work better than pills.
10,000 participants sought for online, app-based surveys designed by UCLA, UC Merced and Illinois.
Desalination can help meet growing water needs globally, but current techniques are limited. A new approach holds promise.
A $3M National Institutes of Health grant to three UC campuses will seek to improve survival rates for patients on dialysis.
UC San Diego Health is vaccinating about 1,500 workers daily at a mobile clinic in Baja California.
Experts provide advice on navigating COVID-19 reopenings and webinars to boost your resiliency.
Nonfungible tokens are all the rage, and now UC Berkeley is minting its own to raise money for research and education.