Monday, September 25

Scientists at the UCLA School of Dentistry found evidence that a single drop of saliva can diagnose and predict cancer, post-traumatic stress disorder, major depressive disorder and other health problems. (Jennifer Hu/Daily Bruin)

UCLA scientists develop method to predict diseases by testing saliva

UCLA scientists found evidence that a single drop of saliva can diagnose and predict cancer, post-traumatic stress disorder, major depressive disorder and other health problems. Researchers use salivary diagnostics to detect biomarkers in saliva, such as RNA and proteins, that can identify health concerns. Read more...

Photo: Scientists at the UCLA School of Dentistry found evidence that a single drop of saliva can diagnose and predict cancer, post-traumatic stress disorder, major depressive disorder and other health problems. (Jennifer Hu/Daily Bruin)

Scientists at the UCLA School of Dentistry found evidence that a single drop of saliva can diagnose and predict cancer, post-traumatic stress disorder, major depressive disorder and other health problems. (Jennifer Hu/Daily Bruin)

Students attended a town hall the LGBT Campus Resource Center hosted in the Students Activities Center on Thursday after a committee investigated ways the center can improve. (Diana Celeste Luna/Daily Bruin)

LGBT Campus Resource Center discusses findings of external review

LGBT Campus Resource Center officials and members of the UCLA community discussed the initial findings of an external investigation intended to suggest additional resources for LGBT individuals on campus. Read more...

Photo: Students attended a town hall the LGBT Campus Resource Center hosted in the Students Activities Center on Thursday after a committee investigated ways the center can improve. (Diana Celeste Luna/Daily Bruin)

Students attended a town hall the LGBT Campus Resource Center hosted in the Students Activities Center on Thursday after a committee investigated ways the center can improve. (Diana Celeste Luna/Daily Bruin)

Computer Science and Design Media Arts Students search for campus resources in video game programming. (Photos by Jennifer Hu/Daily Bruin and Photo Illustration by Daniel Alcazar/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Students aspire to level up in game design despite limited resources

Students substitute video game controllers and joysticks with food and live cacti at the UCLA Game Lab in Broad Art Center, while students across campus in the classrooms of Boelter Hall strap on virtual reality headsets to program imaginary environments for new video games. Read more...

Photo: Computer Science and Design Media Arts Students search for campus resources in video game programming. (Photos by Jennifer Hu/Daily Bruin and Photo Illustration by Daniel Alcazar/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Computer Science and Design Media Arts Students search for campus resources in video game programming. (Photos by Jennifer Hu/Daily Bruin and Photo Illustration by Daniel Alcazar/Daily Bruin senior staff)


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