A UCLA student developed an application that allows diabetic patients to monitor their glucose levels on their phones.
Bryan Chiang, a first-year computer science student, created EasyGlucose, a mobile application designed to monitor diabetic patients’ glucose levels using a picture of their eye taken on their smartphone.
UCLA researchers found administering a drug that harnesses the body’s immune system to brain cancer patients both before and after surgery could effectively treat recurrent cancer.
A civil war has left a disproportionate number of elephants in Mozambique without tusks. UCLA researchers are trying to figure out why.
Shane Campbell-Staton, an ecology and evolutionary biology assistant professor, studies female elephants in Gorongosa National Park, an area ravaged by the country’s nearly 16-year civil war.
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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