Look back on 150 years of amazing discoveries, students and visionaries that helped make UC what it is today in a new video.
In a new book, biblical scholar Henry Kelly says the devil is not who you think he is.
FAFSA forms are due March 2 — and we have some tips to motivate you to get all the financial help you can.
Infusing old mice with the blood of younger mice leads to brain rejuvenation. UCSF researchers may now have figured out how.
With dozens of new offerings, UC Scout allows students anywhere in California to access a complete college prep curriculum.
You could be freed into infinite futures — if you step into the right kind of black hole.
A new study finds a shockingly high contribution from paints, pesticides, perfumes as vehicle emissions drop.
Smart watches can detect irregular heartbeats with startling accuracy. Can they predict heart disease?
A leading expert on the single experience celebrates the benefits of staying solo.
If weather allows, alumna Sarah Gerhardt may be among the first women to take on the Mavericks big-wave contest.
Problems are more frequent in low-income, rural areas of the nation.
Reaching through the screen is about to get more extreme.
Some of the largest universities in Mexico, Canada and the U.S. have pledged to spur local action in their communities.
Released from ICE custody last month, the political science major returned with a renewed sense of purpose.
Findings suggest rates of fetal alcohol spectrum disorders may be similar to autism spectrum disorders.
How UC legend Ralph Bunche brokered peace.
The effort to expand offshore oil production reignites a battle with California that dates back nearly 50 years.
Dena Dubal wants to stave off neurodegenerative diseases with a novel approach: blocking aging.
UC’s National Center for Free Speech and Civic Engagement selects inaugural class of fellows, expands board
UC Irvine chancellor to oversee center’s administration, begin search for executive director.
Emotional images can change people's behavior, while similarly charged words do not, a new study finds.