Tuesday, July 25

Jasper Kok, an assistant professor of atmospheric and oceanic sciences, is helping elucidate the role dust plays in climate change. He said dust can have either a net cooling or net heating effect on the atmosphere depending on the size of the particles. (Owen Emerson/Daily Bruin senior staff)
Jasper Kok, an assistant professor of atmospheric and oceanic sciences, is helping elucidate the role dust plays in climate change. He said dust can have either a net cooling or net heating effect on the atmosphere depending on the size of the particles. (Owen Emerson/Daily Bruin senior staff)

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Sam Emaminejad, one of the project leaders for the development of sweat-based diagnostic technology, shows a graduate student a technique for developing the wristband. (Katherine Zhuo/Daily Bruin)
Sam Emaminejad, one of the project leaders for the development of sweat-based diagnostic technology, shows a graduate student a technique for developing the wristband. (Katherine Zhuo/Daily Bruin)

Leslie Rith-Najarian, a graduate student in clinical psychology, won $6,000 on Thursday in a competition between the seven University of California campuses. (Courtesy of UCOP)
Leslie Rith-Najarian, a graduate student in clinical psychology, won $6,000 on Thursday in a competition between the seven University of California campuses. (Courtesy of UCOP)

Muttulingam Sanjayan, a visiting researcher and conservation scientist, films a video for the latest Climate Lab series. The first episode, released last week on Vox, was seen by nearly half a million people. (UCLA Laboratory for Environmental Narrative Strategies)

Professor presents solutions to climate change through video series

A UCLA researcher is investigating how to best frame climate change research in a way that encourages the public to follow environmentally friendly practices. Magali Delmas, a professor of management at the UCLA Institute of the Environment and Sustainability and the Anderson School of Management, recently showcased her research in an episode of the video series “Climate Lab” published by Vox news. Read more...

Muttulingam Sanjayan, a visiting researcher and conservation scientist, films a video for the latest Climate Lab series. The first episode, released last week on Vox, was seen by nearly half a million people. (UCLA Laboratory for Environmental Narrative Strategies)

Jeff Chen, co-director of the UCLA Cannabinoid Affinity Group, organized the inaugural UCLA Cannabis Research Symposium and will speak about accelerating cannabis research at the event Thursday. (Daily Bruin file photo)
Jeff Chen, co-director of the UCLA Cannabinoid Affinity Group, organized the inaugural UCLA Cannabis Research Symposium and will speak about accelerating cannabis research at the event Thursday. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Alexander Bradley, a biochemistry, molecular and structural biology graduate student, is organizing the March for Science in Los Angeles on April 22. (Courtesy of Alexander Bradley)
Alexander Bradley, a biochemistry, molecular and structural biology graduate student, is organizing the March for Science in Los Angeles on April 22. (Courtesy of Alexander Bradley)


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