Register now to join us Dec. 3 as we celebrate the University of California’s newest Nobel laureates and hear their reflections on the value and impact of scientific discovery.
Rare set of conjoined twins successfully separated in 24-hour surgery at UC Davis Children’s Hospital
Abigail and Micaela Bachinskiy are recovering at UC Davis Children’s Hospital after a marathon surgery.
You can save a life, even help someone fight COVID-19, by giving blood this holiday season — and it’s as safe as ever.
Impress your family from afar — and your friends on Instagram — with this holiday superfood.
Six ways to bring deeper meaning to your meal by supporting farmers, farmworkers and the planet.
The good news is that there are ways to make a gathering safer.
Amid social turmoil, the study on kindness points to its potential for large-scale healing.
A UC Berkeley sensing network shows a 25 percent drop in Bay Area CO2 levels immediately after shelter-in-place.
Lower levels of empathy, smaller social networks and poor sleep are consistent predictors of loneliness.
The app uses privacy-first technology that allows users to receive automatic smartphone notifications of a potential exposure to the virus.
David A. Kessler, Eric Goosby and Robert M. Rodriguez will help guide planning for the president-elect’s federal response to the pandemic.
UC Davis Hospice hosts a virtual ceremony honoring the life and heroics of 2nd Lt. Milton Hildebrand, now in their care.
A timely Q&A with Tess Banko, Marine Corps veteran and executive director of the UCLA/VA Veteran Family Wellness Center.
UC Irvine is the nation’s only top research university to offer a certificate program to those who’ve served in the military.
A new presidential policy will ensure that all individuals are identified by their accurate gender identity and lived or preferred name at UC.
Drone and ground surveys of nine UC nature reserves will help understand ecosystem recovery from wildfires.
How will staying indoors more frequently affect the spread of COVID-19?
A new book alleges worker exploitation at Amazon and shows how communities are resisting it.
The findings are a challenge to the old hypothesis (and familiar image) of ‘man-the-hunter.’
UC scientists have made a major advance using CRISPR-Cas9 gene editing to control the transmission of malaria parasites.