UCLA researchers conducted a clinical trial that led to the approval of the first medical device to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.
The United States Food and Drug Administration approved the Monarch external Trigeminal Nerve Stimulation System on April 19.
Books were tossed from library shelves. Asbestos rained from ceilings.
Windows broke and tiles and bricks came loose across campus. Buildings flooded and chemicals spilled.
Students living in apartments gathered in the streets to wait out the power outage together.
This post was updated April 3 at 3:32 p.m.
The University of California reaffirmed its commitment to promoting open access to research by terminating its negotiations for a new contract with a scientific journal publisher, UC negotiators and students said.
The Stewart and Lynda Resnick Neuropsychiatric Hospital at UCLA received the highest honor for nursing in the country, according to a university press release.
The Resnick Neuropsychiatric Hospital was designated as a Magnet organization by the American Nurses Credentialing Center.
UCLA researchers have developed a new tool to predict when someone will die, but don’t start planning your funeral yet.
In a study published last month in the journal Aging, researchers in the lab of Steve Horvath, a professor of human genetics and biostatistics, developed a new method of predicting the population lifespans that is 14 percent more accurate than previous methods.
A distinguished UCLA history professor was awarded $500,000 for his work studying long-term trends throughout world history.
Sanjay Subrahmanyam was awarded the Dan David Prize for his research on the interrelations between Asia and European imperial history from the late Middle Ages to the early modern period.
The University of California is negotiating a new contract with an academic publisher due to unsustainable and increasing subscription costs.
The UC’s contract with Elsevier, the owner of over 2,500 journals including Cell and The Lancet, ended on Dec.
Campus Queries is a series in which Daily Bruin readers and staff present science-related questions for UCLA professors and experts to answer.
Q: What makes the UCLA-USC rivalry appealing?
A team of UCLA researchers found a low-fat diet can improve survival rates of obese mice with leukemia, providing new ideas for doctors trying to make chemotherapy more effective.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency nominated a former UCLA professor as a candidate for its Science Advisory Board. He claims he was wrongfully terminated because of his controversial position on certain air pollutants.
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