Henry Kelly UCLA

Giving the devil his due

In a new book, biblical scholar Henry Kelly says the devil is not who you think he is.

UC San Diego reach through the screen

New ‘4-D goggles’ allow wearers to be ‘touched’ by approaching objects

Reaching through the screen is about to get more extreme.

Chris Henry UCLA

HBCU partnership brings new students to UC grad programs

Budding scientists and scholars are exploring deeper research interests after interning in a unique UC program.

Thiebaud UC Davis

First Thiebaud paintings uncrated for upcoming exhibition

The first exhibition devoted to Thiebaud's artistic maturation opens Jan. 16 at Manetti Shrem.

MIA art museum Berkeley

New center aims to nourish your empathy — with art

Dacher Keltner helps launch the art world’s first ‘empathy center,’ using the power of art to induce compassion.

UC Irvine Science of Acting

The new science of acting

Cognitive scientists are helping actors infuse characters with genuine memories, feelings and personalities.

Casablanca Bergman

We'll always have ‘Casablanca’

As the beloved film turns 75, a scholar reflects on its enduring relevance.

UC Santa Cruz telephone booth

Conversations I wish I had

Death is not a dirty word to alumna Morgan Brown, whose art projects take on mortality taboos.

UCLA writer's room

Lack of black TV showrunners, writers continues to perpetuate stereotypes

Ninety percent of showrunners are white and two-thirds of all TV shows lack even one black writer, Darnell Hunt finds.

UC Berkeley dune

How American cities can make sci-fi a reality

David Sedlak finds a solution to our water woes in "Dune."

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