UC RIverside |

Billionaires in the great beyond

Scientists weigh in on the first successful civilian trips to space, and the ethics of being a billion-dollar rocket man.

UC Newsroom |

Meet the 10 disruptive technologies vying to win UC’s Startup Innovation Challenge

Two winners will take home $50K and get access to a global investor network.

UC Newsroom |

California’s Institutes for Science and Innovation celebrate 20 years of research and discovery

Twenty years on, the four UC-based California Institutes of Science and Innovation are integral to addressing California's most pressing issues with research-driven innovation.

UC Newsroom |

Apply now for UC’s Startup Innovation Challenge

Winners will take home a $50K cash prize and get to network with industry leaders.

UC Newsroom |

Is now the time to be your own boss?

Seven alumni on finding purpose and what to know before you become your own boss.

UC Santa Cruz |

UC Santa Cruz–based nonprofit helps small businesses weather the COVID-19 lockdown by going analog to digital

Students partner with businesses to help keep local Santa Cruz standbys alive.

UC Newsroom |

Finalists announced for 2020 UC Startup Pitch Showcase

Five UC startups will have the opportunity to pitch their companies to more than 900 business leaders and could win $10 million in funding.

UC Riverside |

Putting gene therapy in reach

A disruptive new technology could bring cellular engineering and its lifesaving potential to more people.

UC San Diego |

Hate spoilers? This AI tool spots them for you

Neural networks-based SpoilerNet is designed to catch online spoilers before they catch you off guard.


Activist, entrepreneur duo ready to throw the ‘pink tax’ overboard

It's a classic American story: Soon-to-be grads Helen and Rachel Lee are fighting to get a tax — on feminine hygiene products — repealed.

UC Santa Cruz |

YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki shares her tips and tricks

The alum and her husband, Google exec Dennis Troper, spoke with campus provost Marlene Tromp on the keys to their success.

UC San Diego |

The science of work

Are innovators born or are they created? Elizabeth Lyons sets out to answer questions just like this.