Animal rights activists protested against UCLA professor Edythe London's addiction research with monkeys. (Owen Emerson/Daily Bruin senior staff)
Animal rights activists protested against UCLA professor Edythe London's addiction research with monkeys. (Owen Emerson/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Deborah Larkin underwent a hiatal hernia repair surgery at Ronald Reagan Medical Center in November 2013.(Daily Bruin file photo)
Deborah Larkin underwent a hiatal hernia repair surgery at Ronald Reagan Medical Center in November 2013.(Daily Bruin file photo)

Robert M. Prins, leader of the cancer research team that discovered effective immunity to glioblastoma requires a robust killer T cell response in order to attenuate immune cells within the tumor.(Courtesy of Robert Prins)
Robert M. Prins, leader of the cancer research team that discovered effective immunity to glioblastoma requires a robust killer T cell response in order to attenuate immune cells within the tumor.(Courtesy of Robert Prins)

The UCLA Concrete Canoe team recently won second place at the national competition race. The team will spend the summer and fall contacting suppliers, designing the canoe and perfecting the concrete formula. (Courtesy of Nate de Ropp)
The UCLA Concrete Canoe team recently won second place at the national competition race. The team will spend the summer and fall contacting suppliers, designing the canoe and perfecting the concrete formula. (Courtesy of Nate de Ropp)

Bu Wang and Gabriel Falzone are members of Carbon Upcycling, an interdisciplinary team at UCLA that came up with a way to incorporate carbon dioxide into the manufacture of concrete, making it carbon-neutral. (Miriam Bribiesca/Photo editor)
Bu Wang and Gabriel Falzone are members of Carbon Upcycling, an interdisciplinary team at UCLA that came up with a way to incorporate carbon dioxide into the manufacture of concrete, making it carbon-neutral. (Miriam Bribiesca/Photo editor)


(Courtesy of Karin Michels)
(Courtesy of Karin Michels)


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