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UCLA researchers tested water for environmental hazards affecting ocean life following a recent sewage spill in the Santa Monica Bay.
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UCLA researchers launched a virtual reality app in April to make learning organic chemistry more engaging for undergraduate students.
Introductory organic chemistry courses focus on chemical structures.
Novel ecological survey methods developed by UCLA researchers are making ecology more accessible to students.
A research team at UCLA developed a process that helps identify organisms living in marine environments and released its findings in February.
The COVID-19 pandemic is a public health crisis but it is important to consider racial and ethnic disparities in the health care industry, UCLA professors said at a virtual event on Saturday.
UCLA is testing wastewater from residential dorms for COVID-19 to improve contact tracing on the Hill.
The UCLA Office of Environment, Health & Safety began testing wastewater from De Neve Plaza and Hedrick Summit in January, according to an email from UCLA Housing sent to students living in university housing.
UCLA researchers developed a cost-cutting method to let more labs perform high-precision research themselves.
The method uses microscopic 3D-printed particles that act similar to a test tube.
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