Even a brand new laptop won't give you an edge over pen and paper.
All UC students can see the Bard's world brought to life in a new online course.
Anna Ocegueda's parents came to the U.S. for a better life. Her snapshot of what that looks like inspired Twitter.
UC leads universities across the country in the EPA's Green Power Partnership rankings.
The new locations will provide opportunities for scientists and students as part of the world's largest university-administered reserve network.
Iconoclastic bioengineering and materials science major is the winner of the 2019 University Medal.
A program at UCSF is training psychiatrists to care for people often overlooked by the mental health care system.
Alex Arnold and Enid Partika were honored for their on-campus leadership at the May 16 UC Regents meeting.
A new study provides insight into three questions that are central to today’s media coverage of #MeToo.
Scientists examine how wisdom, loneliness, sleep quality and more impact the well-being of older persons.
Grad students across the UC system show off the future of research with aplomb — and in under three minutes.
Students and faculty assist mothers and children seeking asylum in the U.S.
Therapy dogs can help reduce symptoms in children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder.
At Grad Slam on May 10, grad students go for glory as they explain their research in three minutes or less.
More than 22,000 people took actions to reduce their environmental impact during the month-long competition to reduce UC's carbon footprint.
A small population of nerve cells in the brain play an important role in anxiety’s influence over behavior.
A first-of-its-kind study asserts that women don’t gossip negatively more often than men, among other conclusions.
Nearly 10,000 students packed UCLA's Pauley Pavilion May 1 for College Signing Day, a massive, nationwide celebration of committing to higher education.
Flexible robotics designed at UC San Diego could help navigate the tricky issues of saving this subspecies from extinction.
A new generation of human rights investigators is already contributing to vital and Pulitzer Prize-winning work.