Growing My Own Roots
How this 3rd-generation Bruin Found a New Home at UCLA
Earth-like planets may be an inevitability
Our planet is often thought of as unique in the galaxy, with just the right conditions to support an atmosphere,
Explore the Master’s in Applied Chemical Sciences
A new degree program in the department of chemistry and biochemistry.
Explore the Master of Quantum Science & Technology program
Quantum Information Science (QIS) is at the cutting edge of technology, research, and education. It brings together scientists and engineers
UCLA astronomers discover more than 300 possible new exoplanets
Findings also include a distinctive planetary system with two gas giants.
A UCLA student is working to protect firefighters from cancer
Too many firefighters are dying of cancer. UCLA’s Ph.D. student Derek Urwin aims to change that.
UCLA Professor explains benefits and uses of machine learning
Machine learning is a new tool that is being used more and more everyday across different disciplines. Professor of Atmospheric
Interview with new faculty Chenfanfu Jiang
Meet Chenfanfu Jiang—an extraordinary mathematician that will be joining the UCLA Physical Sciences Division during the 2021-2022 academic year.
Geologists solve half-century mystery of a two billion year old rock holding animal traces
Geologists have been baffled by perforations in an Australian quartzite rock, identical in shape to burrows made in sands by crustaceans; the original sandy sediment is a billion years older than the oldest known animals. An international team of scientists has now resolved the mystery.