Monday, July 22

Bryan Chiang, a first-year computer science student, developed EasyGlucose, an application that allows diabetic patients to monitor their glucose levels on their phones. He won first place in the Microsoft Imagine Cup early May for the application. (Creative Commons photo by ImagineCup via Flickr)
Bryan Chiang, a first-year computer science student, developed EasyGlucose, an application that allows diabetic patients to monitor their glucose levels on their phones. He won first place in the Microsoft Imagine Cup early May for the application. (Creative Commons photo by ImagineCup via Flickr)

Jonathan Flint, a professor-in-residence of psychiatry and biobehavioral sciences at the David Geffen School of Medicine, was named a fellow of the Royal Society of London. Flint is on the executive team for the UCLA Depression Grand Challenge. (Courtesy of UCLA Health)
Jonathan Flint, a professor-in-residence of psychiatry and biobehavioral sciences at the David Geffen School of Medicine, was named a fellow of the Royal Society of London. Flint is on the executive team for the UCLA Depression Grand Challenge. (Courtesy of UCLA Health)

The education program at the California NanoSystems Institute paired a local Girl Scouts Brownie troop with graduate students to meet biweekly and conduct experiments that taught them about nanoscience. The program hoped to address the gender gap in STEM. (Courtesy of Meghan Horan)
The education program at the California NanoSystems Institute paired a local Girl Scouts Brownie troop with graduate students to meet biweekly and conduct experiments that taught them about nanoscience. The program hoped to address the gender gap in STEM. (Courtesy of Meghan Horan)

Patients who received an immunotherapy drug before and after surgery lived almost twice as long as patients who only received the drug after surgery. (Daily Bruin file photo)
Patients who received an immunotherapy drug before and after surgery lived almost twice as long as patients who only received the drug after surgery. (Daily Bruin file photo)

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James Enstrom, a former UCLA professor who claims he was wrongly terminated because of his controversial position on certain air pollutants, was nominated to the Science Advisory Board. (Daily Bruin file photo)
James Enstrom, a former UCLA professor who claims he was wrongly terminated because of his controversial position on certain air pollutants, was nominated to the Science Advisory Board. (Daily Bruin file photo)