Saturday, April 20

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(Courtesy of JCI Insight) A visualization of a zebrafish's heart from a previous paper the lab published.
(Courtesy of JCI Insight) A visualization of a zebrafish's heart from a previous paper the lab published.

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Sun Yoo, a physician at the UCLA Ronald Reagan Medical Center leading the program, said medical students visit patients in their homes and help connect them to community resources, such as long-term health care access or referrals for assistance. (Mia Kayser/Daily Bruin)
Sun Yoo, a physician at the UCLA Ronald Reagan Medical Center leading the program, said medical students visit patients in their homes and help connect them to community resources, such as long-term health care access or referrals for assistance. (Mia Kayser/Daily Bruin)

Students in a revamped inorganic chemistry class taught by assistant professor Alex Spokoyny were able to collaboratively publish a paper in a peer-reviewed scientific journal. (Ken Shin/Daily Bruin staff)

Remodeled chemistry course allows for student research, publishing

A newly revamped chemistry course allows undergraduate students to conduct independent research and publish a paper in a science journal. This quarter, the chemistry department remodeled the curriculum of Chemistry C174: “Inorganic and Metalorganic Laboratory Methods” to allow students to pursue an independent group research project rather than follow an established lab procedure. Read more...

Students in a revamped inorganic chemistry class taught by assistant professor Alex Spokoyny were able to collaboratively publish a paper in a peer-reviewed scientific journal. (Ken Shin/Daily Bruin staff)

(Joe Akira/Daily Bruin) La'gad, the newest addition to the UCLA meteorite gallery, broke off the moon upon impact from a larger meteorite and landed in the Sahara Desert, where it was discovered in 2015.
(Joe Akira/Daily Bruin) La'gad, the newest addition to the UCLA meteorite gallery, broke off the moon upon impact from a larger meteorite and landed in the Sahara Desert, where it was discovered in 2015.