Covered head to foot in diving gear, Brian Dang recalled the techniques he learned in his first scuba lessons at the Student Activities Center Pool as he plunged straight into the clear waters in Moorea, French Polynesia.
The entrance to the Mildred E. Mathias Botanical Garden, once hidden behind a wire fence and flourishing plants, is now hard to miss.
Students walking to and from class can pass the smooth stone pathways and bold, engraved lettering that serve as the new entrance to the garden.
From the comfort of his desk in the UCLA mathematics department, Skip Garibaldi uses his analytical expertise to help find lottery scammers across the country.
Garibaldi, the associate director of the UCLA Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics, uses probability and statistics to help investigators catch people who try to scam the lottery system.
Arieh Warshel, who won the 2013 Nobel Prize in chemistry, presented a free, public seminar on Monday called “Multiscale Modeling of Complex Biological Systems and Processes.”
Warshal and two other scientists were presented the award last year for their work in “the development of multiscale models for complex chemical systems.”
The event was part of UCLA’s physical chemistry seminar series and was sponsored by the UCLA Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry and by the California NanoSystems Institute at UCLA.
James Manzi was supposed to have an evening of celebration.
He was out to dinner with family and friends for their daughter’s birthday, when his wife turned around and saw him slumped over and unconscious in his chair.
UCLA partners are bringing a variety of campus safety resources to students Monday through a series of tours and workshops on campus and the Hill.
The Undergraduate Students Association Council Internal Vice President’s office is hosting Campus Safety Day in collaboration with multiple campus organizations, in an effort to centralize and showcase campus safety information.
Jennifer Calderon was so relieved to hear her baby Henry’s cries in the delivery room that she didn’t notice the medical staff jumping into action.
Calderon’s body would not stop bleeding after her cesarean section, an additional complication to what was already a difficult pregnancy.
Temperatures dipped far below zero as the team of 12 people dragged sleds filled with supplies through the icy white terrain.
Months earlier, they had been trained how to eat, dress and ski in order to survive the harsh environment and ski through their 13-day trek to the South Pole.
A collection of black and white photographs lie scattered on a table in front of David Shapiro in his UCLA psychophysiology lab.
He picks up a picture, yellowing with age, of a young man grinning broadly and wearing a crisply pressed military uniform.
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