Meet Wikipedia's resident paleoartist
This Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory scientist moonlights as one of Wikipedia's most prolific illustrators.
It's not you. Bad doors are everywhere.
Wondering why you never seem to open that door right? A UC San Diego professor finally explains.
'Bending the curve' on climate change
Renowned atmospheric scientist V. Ramanathan of UC San Diego's Scripps Institution of Oceanography explains how the state of California and the UC system together can lead the charge through the Carbon Neutrality Initiative and ‘bend the curve’ in global warming.
A 'parking lot pitch' to the Pope
Last year, UC San Diego’s V. ‘Ram’ Ramanathan had an audience with Pope Francis in the parking lot of the Vatican. Ramanathan, who serves on the prestigious Pontifical Academy of Sciences panel, delivered what he calls a ‘parking lot pitch’ to the leader of the Catholic Church. Here, Ramanathan describes this moment and how it may have influenced the Pope’s subsequent position on the matter.
UC Santa Barbara
August 16, 2018
The number of left-handed people in a society can help explain its norms, new study finds.
July 31, 2018
New approaches are boosting grades and student satisfaction rates.
UCSF via The Conversation
July 27, 2018
Tips from neuroscience can help you cope with events outside your control.
October 1, 2018
The University of California and the California Nurses Association (CNA) have reached agreement on a four-year contract that recognizes the integral role nurses play in delivering excellent patient care across UC’s five world-renowned medical centers, UC announced today (Oct. 1).
September 27, 2018
The University of California Board of Regents today (Sept. 27) approved UC President Janet Napolitano’s selection of Claire Holmes, a veteran communications and public relations leader, as senior vice president of External Relations and Communications at UC’s Office of the President.
September 26, 2018
The University of California announced today (Sept. 26) that it will commit more than $7 million annually to expand existing programs to increase faculty diversity as well as create new ones that help ensure students on all 10 UC campuses benefit from a faculty that better reflects California’s diversity.