This post was updated June 27 at 11:38 p.m with a new photo.
A United States government proclamation may bar Chinese graduate students and postdoctoral researchers from entering the United States.
This post was updated April 17 at 10:23 p.m.
A recent report from the UCLA Voting Rights Project recommends that legislators and election officials start considering a vote-by-mail system to preserve Americans’ right to vote in the upcoming primary and general elections.
This post was updated March 3 at 8:38 p.m.
The decline in diversity in the Democratic presidential race reflects inherent issues in the primary process, UCLA faculty and students said.
A UCLA study identified a chemical compound that may improve lung health, potentially suggesting new approaches to preventing and treating lung diseases.
According to the study published Tuesday in Cell Reports, the UCLA team discovered a compound now named Wnt Inhibitor Compound 1, or WIC1, that successfully improved the health of isolated cancerous human and mouse airway cells.
UCLA material scientists developed a record-setting coating that prevents the formation of ice at subzero temperatures, according to a new study published Jan. 29.
The new hydrogel coating prevents ice from forming at temperatures as low as -31 degrees Celsius, or -23.8 degrees Fahrenheit, on plastic, glass, ceramics and metals.
A UCLA-led study may explain the development of Type 2 diabetes, suggesting potential new methods to treat the condition.
Orian Shirihai, a professor of endocrinology and pharmacology at UCLA’s David Geffen School of Medicine, led the research team that found a novel mechanism that may be responsible for driving insulin oversecretion, according to a university press release published Dec.
A controversial citizenship law passed by the Indian government last month has prompted protests across the country and concern from UCLA faculty and students with ties to India.
The University of California suspended its study abroad program in Hong Kong for spring quarter, citing safety concerns amid escalating civil conflict in the city.
Violence between anti-government demonstrators and riot police spilled onto different Hong Kong university campuses two weeks ago, marking the first such escalation since an extradition bill sparked the widespread protests in June.
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