Friday, February 15

Amir Naiberg, president and CEO of UCLA Technology Development Group said there should be greater collaboration between the public and private sectors in order to improve the transfer of technology from universities to the commercial market. (Kanishka Mehra/Daily Bruin)

UCLA Technology Development Group president discusses research commercialization

A UCLA technology development expert said the public and private sectors should collaborate more with universities to encourage innovation and research on campus. Amir Naiberg, president and CEO of UCLA Technology Development Group, compared the process of technology transfer between universities and the private sector in the United States and Israel on Wednesday at an event organized by the UCLA Younes & Soraya Nazarian Center for Israel Studies. Read more...

Photo: Amir Naiberg, president and CEO of UCLA Technology Development Group said there should be greater collaboration between the public and private sectors in order to improve the transfer of technology from universities to the commercial market. (Kanishka Mehra/Daily Bruin)

Amir Naiberg, president and CEO of UCLA Technology Development Group said there should be greater collaboration between the public and private sectors in order to improve the transfer of technology from universities to the commercial market. (Kanishka Mehra/Daily Bruin)

Bruins for a Safer America, a bipartisan student organization that advocates for gun reform, partnered with the shoe company Toms to host the event to raise awareness about their #EndGunViolenceTogether campaign. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

Student organization hosts event to raise awareness of gun violence campaign

UCLA students signed and stamped their handprints to a mural installation to promote gun control at an event Thursday. Bruins for a Safer America, a bipartisan student organization that advocates for gun reform, partnered with the shoe company Toms to host the event to raise awareness about their #EndGunViolenceTogether campaign. Read more...

Photo: Bruins for a Safer America, a bipartisan student organization that advocates for gun reform, partnered with the shoe company Toms to host the event to raise awareness about their #EndGunViolenceTogether campaign. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

Bruins for a Safer America, a bipartisan student organization that advocates for gun reform, partnered with the shoe company Toms to host the event to raise awareness about their #EndGunViolenceTogether campaign. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)


The UC sent a warning to staff advising against the use of communication platforms such as WeChat and WhatsApp for those traveling in China. However, the director of communications and marketing for UCEAP said the warning was not intended for students, given that the alert level has not increased. (Axel Lopez/Assistant Photo editor)

UC advises staff traveling in China against use of WeChat and WhatsApp

The University of California distributed a warning to staff in January advising against the use of communication platforms such as WeChat and WhatsApp for those traveling in China. Read more...

Photo: The UC sent a warning to staff advising against the use of communication platforms such as WeChat and WhatsApp for those traveling in China. However, the director of communications and marketing for UCEAP said the warning was not intended for students, given that the alert level has not increased. (Axel Lopez/Assistant Photo editor)

The UC sent a warning to staff advising against the use of communication platforms such as WeChat and WhatsApp for those traveling in China. However, the director of communications and marketing for UCEAP said the warning was not intended for students, given that the alert level has not increased. (Axel Lopez/Assistant Photo editor)

Shaniqua McClendon, political director of Crooked Media, Jon Favreau, co-host of the podcast "Pod Save America," and Kindest Mallet, politics editor at Blavity, analyzed the results of the 2018 midterm election. (Kristie-Valerie Hoang/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Panel discusses political momentum going into 2020 presidential election

This post was updated Jan. 26 at 7:19 a.m. Political commentators said they think the results of the 2018 midterm elections may indicate a Democratic victory in the 2020 presidential election at an event Thursday night. Read more...

Photo: Shaniqua McClendon, political director of Crooked Media, Jon Favreau, co-host of the podcast "Pod Save America," and Kindest Mallet, politics editor at Blavity, analyzed the results of the 2018 midterm election. (Kristie-Valerie Hoang/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Shaniqua McClendon, political director of Crooked Media, Jon Favreau, co-host of the podcast "Pod Save America," and Kindest Mallet, politics editor at Blavity, analyzed the results of the 2018 midterm election. (Kristie-Valerie Hoang/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Thousands of protestors, including dozens of UCLA students, gathered in Downtown LA to show their support for women’s rights, but also immigrants’ rights, racial equality and healthcare reform. Turnout was lower than at the previous two Women’s Marches. (Axel Lopez/Assistant Photo editor)

Attendees of Women’s March 2019 discuss inclusivity of feminist movement

The third annual Los Angeles Women’s March featured Cheeto-themed chants and posters, pink “pussy” hats and conversations about intersectional feminism. Thousands of protestors, including dozens of UCLA students, gathered in Downtown Los Angeles on Saturday to show their support for women’s rights, but also immigrants’ rights, racial equality and health care reform. Read more...

Photo: Thousands of protestors, including dozens of UCLA students, gathered in Downtown LA to show their support for women’s rights, but also immigrants’ rights, racial equality and healthcare reform. Turnout was lower than at the previous two Women’s Marches. (Axel Lopez/Assistant Photo editor)

Thousands of protestors, including dozens of UCLA students, gathered in Downtown LA to show their support for women’s rights, but also immigrants’ rights, racial equality and healthcare reform. Turnout was lower than at the previous two Women’s Marches. (Axel Lopez/Assistant Photo editor)

The University of California chancellors condemned the academic boycott of Israel in December, citing concerns for the academic freedom of students and faculty. The chancellors said they would continue to support partnership with both Israeli and Palestinian academia. (Liz Ketcham/Assistant Photo editor)

Boycott of Israel condemned by UC chancellors citing threats to academic freedom

All 10 University of California chancellors unanimously condemned an academic boycott of Israel at the urging of 101 university-affiliated organizations in December. The provisions of the boycott would discourage students and faculty from participating in academic events sponsored or funded by Israel, studying abroad in Israel or holding talks with Israeli state officials. Read more...

Photo: The University of California chancellors condemned the academic boycott of Israel in December, citing concerns for the academic freedom of students and faculty. The chancellors said they would continue to support partnership with both Israeli and Palestinian academia. (Liz Ketcham/Assistant Photo editor)

The University of California chancellors condemned the academic boycott of Israel in December, citing concerns for the academic freedom of students and faculty. The chancellors said they would continue to support partnership with both Israeli and Palestinian academia. (Liz Ketcham/Assistant Photo editor)


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