The first time I ever ordered a meal was in college.
For 18 years of my life, I anxiously relied on my parents to tell the waiter that I wanted the chicken tenders and fries platter as I whispered “No sauce, please” across the table.
This post was updated April 4 at 10:58 p.m.
UCLA researchers have developed the first wearable device to record the activity of individual neurons in a person’s brain while they move freely.
UCLA Health assembled a giant inflatable colon March 3 to engage and inform patients, Bruins and the local Westwood community on colon cancer in recognition of Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month.
A UCLA study found that experiences with racism and discrimination can impact the health of the brain and the body.
The links between consistent exposure to discrimination and poor health outcomes – such as increased risk for heart disease, anxiety and depression – have been well documented in previous research studies, said Tien Dong, a lead author of the study and an assistant professor of gastroenterology at the David Geffen School of Medicine.
This post was updated Dec. 1 at 12:28 a.m.
A new startup co-founded by a UCLA alumnus aims to teach students important scientific protocols and techniques through immersion in a virtual reality laboratory.
This post was updated Nov. 17 at 7:17 p.m.
A recent UCLA study found that astrocytes, star-shaped cells in the brain, may play a role in Alzheimer’s disease progression and be a potential target for future therapies.
A recent UCLA study found that contemplating an answer to a question before googling it can enhance long-term memory and learning.
According to the study, published October 13, internet users have grown reliant on the internet to retrieve information.
Researchers have developed a nanoparticle-phage therapy to combat antibiotic-resistant bacteria.
According to a study published March 3, infections have become increasingly difficult to treat due to the growing threat of antibiotic-resistant bacteria.
UCLA-affiliated researchers conducted the first-ever large-scale survey that investigated the use of digital flashcards among college students.
According to the study published April 7, digital flashcards have become increasingly popular over the past two decades, with one of the most well-known digital flashcard platforms, Quizlet, hosting more than 50 million active users per month.
Researchers found that approximately 1 in 4 lives lost to extreme heat could be saved in Los Angeles if the county planted more trees and utilized more reflective surfaces.
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