Campuses & Locations
UC Santa Barbara |

From Juneteenth to reparations: The ongoing journey for racial justice

Professor and historian Giuliana Perrone discusses her latest research in the context of Juneteenth and the latest from California's reparations task force.
UC Newsroom |

University of California campuses rise to the top in Money’s 2024 Best Colleges

All nine UC undergraduate campuses earned either 4.5 or 5 stars in Money’s 2024 list of Best Colleges, placing them among the top tier of the nation’s universities for educational quality, affordability and student outcomes.
UC Riverside |

Ancient ocean slowdown warns of future climate chaos

Ocean circulation enables tolerable climate.
UC San Francisco |

How — and why — to reset your kids’ screen use for summer

New research shows short- and long-term health effects from too much screen time.
UC Berkeley |

Psychedelics change how we see the world. A UC Berkeley study aims to find out why.

Researchers will use neuroimaging to observe the effects of psilocybin on the human brain — in real-time.

Julio Frenk to take helm of UCLA, nation’s No. 1–ranked public university, as its 7th chancellor

The renowned public health researcher and president of the University of Miami since 2015 is recognized globally as a visionary leader in higher education and will be the campus’ first Latino chancellor.
UC San Francisco |

A cure for multiple sclerosis? Scientists say within our lifetime

People diagnosed today can live a long life free of disability, as UCSF research ushers in a golden age of MS care.
UC Davis |

California drives toward electric future

California has ambitious plans for zero-emissions vehicles. UC Davis experts weigh in on reaching those goals.
UC Berkeley |

Can engineered plants help make baby formula as nutritious as breast milk?

Human breast milk contains a unique blend of prebiotic sugars that are tricky to replicate in commercial infant formula. New research shows that plants may be the perfect manufacturers.
UC Merced |

Remapping global history through 5,500 years of malaria

A new study has identifies trade, warfare and colonialism as major catalysts for the spread of malaria over history.
UC Newsroom |

UC leads the nation’s universities in patents for second year running

The U.S. Patent and Trade Office granted UC inventors 546 utility patents in 2023.
UC Newsroom |

The economic clout of a UC degree

A UC degree translates into a lifetime of higher earnings, a game-changer for students and state — and so much more.