For some, a black screen on their laptops is a form of communication. Their fingers fly across the keyboard as they compile a series of blue, green and red letters and numbers, stacking one statement on top of the other, until they’ve managed to bridge the language barrier between human and machine.
The second floor of Boelter Hall is often heard before it’s seen.
Filled with sounds of metal striking metal, the open workspace is cluttered with wires, rods and circuit boards, serving as the home base for multiple engineering and computer science groups – and now, X1 Robotics.
Throughout high school and college, Tomm Carroll hated beer.
The taste, color and style of regional, yellow lagers all bored him, he said. But when independent breweries began opening across the U.S.
Students from an undergraduate student government initiative will hold a town hall meeting Thursday to discuss mental health issues and showcase campus resources.
The All of Us campaign, an Undergraduate Students Association Council initiative that encourages UCLA students to openly discuss mental health issues, will host the event.
The former president of Ireland will give a lecture on international conflicts resulting from climate change next Tuesday as part of the Luskin Lecture Series.
Mary Robinson will be speaking in Kerckhoff Hall Grand Salon on Jan.
UCLA researchers launched a 35-year project Wednesday that aims to decrease the global economic and health impact of depression by 50 percent by 2050.
The Depression Grand Challenge initiative will be the largest UCLA research initiative thus far, with an anticipated budget of $525 million for the first 10 years, according to the statement released.
Several engineering students sat around a wooden table discussing prototypes for new technologies, surrounded by newly-built glass walls and piles of project materials.
Student groups recently moved into the Student Creativity Center, which was expanded to include a new facility in Boelter Hall.
Students scribbled equations on a white board, crunching numbers in an effort to find the right concentration of each reactant. The team used computer modeling to rearrange a protein model, a twisted mass of blue, yellow, orange and green spirals and loops, in preparation for the International Genetically Engineered Machines competition in Boston, which began Thursday.
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.
A full-scale wooden model of a hyperloop capsule stood in one room of the studio as students discussed potential designs for it next door, their desks cluttered with illustrations, measurements and laptops running animations of the futuristic transportation system.
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