C.L. Max Nikias, president of the University of Southern California, writes in an opinion piece for The Hill "If we do not act to find a way to keep DACA beneficiaries here, we will have wasted the tens of millions of dollars already invested in Dreamers."
UCLA biologists have developed an intervention that serves as a cellular time machine — turning back the clock on a key component of aging.
UCLA is among 12 universities nationally to be awarded a grant from the Association of American Universities to fund workshops on campus over the next year to assess all programs that support and retain undergraduate students in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).
Press Releases | STEM Initiative Resources | AAU Mini-Grants | University of California, Los Angeles
AAU announced today that it has selected twelve member campuses active in the AAU STEM Education Network to receive small grants to further existing efforts to improve undergraduate education in STEM disciplines.
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Interdisciplinary research team at UCLA discovers a game-changing technology to capture and repurpose carbon dioxide.
Energy Conservation/Efficiency | Research to Secure Our Energy Future | University of California, Los Angeles
A team of interdisciplinary researchers at UCLA has been working on a unique solution that may help eliminate some sources of greenhouse gases.
UCLA-led research team plans to test approach with post-9/11 veterans to heal ‘the invisible wounds of war’.
Discovery could shed light on how genetic mutations lead to the disease.
Genetic study of 100,000 people will be the largest ever on a single disorder
Depression & Schizophrenia | Researching the Brain, Seeking Cures | University of California, Los Angeles
Amit Sahai, UCLA professor of computer science at the Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science, has been awarded a $2.8 million grant over four years from the U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), the U.S. Department of Defense’s research arm. The grant will support Sahai's work to develop the foundations for encrypted software that is capable of keeping its source code a secret from users behind a tangled barrier of ultra-hard mathematics. The technique is known as "program obfuscation" or "software obfuscation."