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Students will be able to take a new class searching for extraterrestrial lifeforms in the spring. (Kelly Brennan/Daily Bruin senior staff)

UCLA welcomes new course on the search for extraterrestrial life

Students will be able to search for intelligent extraterrestrial lifeforms with space signals, telescopes and radio waves in a new class this spring. Jean-Luc Margot, a space physics professor, will teach Earth, Planetary and Space Sciences C179: “Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence: Theory and Applications,” a course open to undergraduate and graduate students who have taken Mathematics 31B: “Integration and Infinite Series” and Physics 1B: “Oscillations, Waves, Electric and Magnetic Fields,” according to the registrar. Read more...

Students will be able to take a new class searching for extraterrestrial lifeforms in the spring. (Kelly Brennan/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Jay Espejo began training to specialize in transgender care last May and has focused his studies on hormone replacement. He is the first physician from the Ashe Center to be trained in transgender health care. (Kira VandenBrande/Daily Bruin)
Jay Espejo began training to specialize in transgender care last May and has focused his studies on hormone replacement. He is the first physician from the Ashe Center to be trained in transgender health care. (Kira VandenBrande/Daily Bruin)

Francis Steen, alongside several other UCLA statistics and communication studies professors, are using the UCLA Library Broadcast NewsScape video archive to analyze social and political news clips. (Rocio Flores Huaringa/Daily Bruin)
Francis Steen, alongside several other UCLA statistics and communication studies professors, are using the UCLA Library Broadcast NewsScape video archive to analyze social and political news clips. (Rocio Flores Huaringa/Daily Bruin)

Dr. Deborah Birx, coordinator for U.S. Global AIDS, said at an event at UCLA on Wednesday that creating partnerships and improving education can help end the AIDS epidemic. (Creative Commons photo by Center for Strategic and International Studies via Youtube)
Dr. Deborah Birx, coordinator for U.S. Global AIDS, said at an event at UCLA on Wednesday that creating partnerships and improving education can help end the AIDS epidemic. (Creative Commons photo by Center for Strategic and International Studies via Youtube)

(Courtesy of UCLA)
(Courtesy of UCLA)


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