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Members of The Bruin Experiment club worked with middle school students to devise science experiments during a recent school visit. (Meghan Hodges/Daily Bruin)
Members of The Bruin Experiment club worked with middle school students to devise science experiments during a recent school visit. (Meghan Hodges/Daily Bruin)

A new engineering facility, phase one of the Engineering IV complex (above), will open on Thursday after undergoing construction since 2012. (UCLA)

Phase one of Engineering VI complex scheduled to open

A new engineering facility geared toward green energy and nanotechnology research will open on Thursday after undergoing construction since 2012. The 60,000-square-foot facility represents phase one of Engineering VI, which will replace the old Engineering 1A building that was knocked down in 2011 to make room for a more modernized facility. Read more...

A new engineering facility, phase one of the Engineering IV complex (above), will open on Thursday after undergoing construction since 2012. (UCLA)

Hans Barnard, an assistant adjunct professor at the Cotsen Institute of Archaeology, has crisscrossed the globe to analyze ancient societies in locales such as Chile, Peru and Tunisia. (Eu Ran Kwak/Daily Bruin)
Hans Barnard, an assistant adjunct professor at the Cotsen Institute of Archaeology, has crisscrossed the globe to analyze ancient societies in locales such as Chile, Peru and Tunisia. (Eu Ran Kwak/Daily Bruin)

Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center's patient safety scores severely lag behind those of comparable institutions, particularly because of preventable incidents like foreign objects left inside patients, according to a hospital safety group. (Daily Bruin file photo)
Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center's patient safety scores severely lag behind those of comparable institutions, particularly because of preventable incidents like foreign objects left inside patients, according to a hospital safety group. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Janelle Cohen, a fourth-year theater student, started We Care, a feminine care product drive for Los Angeles women in homeless shelters. She distributed her batch of products to the Good Shepherd Shelter on Wednesday. (Miriam Bribiesca/Daily Bruin)
Janelle Cohen, a fourth-year theater student, started We Care, a feminine care product drive for Los Angeles women in homeless shelters. She distributed her batch of products to the Good Shepherd Shelter on Wednesday. (Miriam Bribiesca/Daily Bruin)



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