The breadth and depth of UC research is without equal. Check out highlights from this year’s work on everything from deep space to agriculture here.
UC awards $20M in research grants for decarbonization, pandemic preparedness and materials engineering
The UC National Laboratory Fees Research Program awards five new multi-institution grants, with more than half the funds going toward projects that can help California meet its climate goals.
Researchers show how physical activity protects cognition by altering brain chemistry that maintains synapses, especially for the elderly.
The only UC alumnus to be honored with a Nobel Peace Prize, Bunche marched with King in Alabama and was a champion of racial equality.
Experts discuss what makes N95 masks so effective and why we should (medical grade) mask up.
Ba took part in a special event featuring Michelle Obama that will air on BET on Jan. 17.
A new study in mice could point toward a method for clearing the virus from people who would otherwise depend on medication.
Graduate student Zach Aralis’s rapid test for the COVID-19 variant has already helped identify omicron cases and support targeted treatments.
If approved, the spending plan would allow UC to increase access and affordability for families across the state and spur new innovations to combat climate change.
How a meeting between student Tommy Alejandrez, then living on the streets, and former NFL player Zack Follett changed both their lives.
Seeking clues to the human susceptibility to cancer, a large study assesses the risk among other mammals.
In the quest to save citrus, a new project gets to the root of farmers’ problems.
This new technology regulates household temperature without consuming natural gas or electricity.
Experiment after experiment finds the same thing: People are attracted to sugar from the moment they’re born.
Communication scientist Richard Huskey explains — and shares how to get there.
As Dec. 24 launch of James Webb Space Telescope nears, astronomers anticipate new era of discoveries
UC Santa Cruz astronomers have played a vital role in the new telescope's development, and will be among the first to use it after it launches Dec. 24.
hooks was the author of over two dozen books, including the groundbreaking ‘Ain’t I a Woman? Black Women and Feminism’ and ‘Bone Black: Memories of Girlhood.’
Two UC San Diego Health cardiac transplant recipients forge a unique friendship.
Exposure to UV rays boosts vitamin D and may protect against autoimmune disease, a new study finds.
NASA’s Parker Solar Probe, carrying instruments built at UC Berkeley, took samples of particles and magnetic fields earlier this year.