Graduate students

Ana Claire Mancia

Above and beyond: UC women challenging the status quo

You don't have to leave campus to make change — and these young students and alums prove it.

Susan Wojcicki speaking at a conference

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.

Ariel Krauss sitting in front of a computer with an image of a heart

UC grad students pitch solutions in Sacramento

Ph.D. and master's students will show lawmakers how they are creating the next generation of advancements.

UC Irvine and UC Riverside researchers hold up a microphone to a DNA synthesizer

UC Irvine, UC Riverside scientists identify a new world for hackers

A sensitive DNA synthesis procedure will need more protection to ensure bioterrorists aren't listening in.

Vocal outbursts map

When a sigh is not just a sigh

A brand new audio map of vocal outbursts spans 24 emotions.

Terry Glenn and fellow students

Young, gifted and black: The next generation of researchers

For Black History Month, we highlight young researchers who are turning their work into a potent force for social justice and equity.

UC Merced electronics wiring crop

Imagine a biodegradable cellphone

A look inside Moore Inventor Fellowship finalist Yue ‘Jessica’ Wang’s lab.

Courtney Baugh gaming

‘Most women don't use a mic’

Half of online gamers are women, but anti-woman abuse is rampant. Courtney Baugh has a solution.

Woman sleeping with sensors on her head

Sleep loss truly causes you pain

Going without sleep heightens pain sensitivity and dulls the brain’s painkilling response.

Gopesh Tilvawala speaks to someone across a table

Graduate student’s steerable brain device wins big at inventors competition

Gopesh Tilvawala is developing a first-of-its-kind catheter to navigate tiny arteries in the brain.

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