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The UCLA study looks at differences in access to care, behaviors that negatively affect health and health problems that can result from those behaviors, based... [Read More]
Education and outpatient intervention programs are credited with improved patient outcomes. [Read More]
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Beginning in the 2019-2020 academic year, the Jean Balgrosky and Parker Hinshaw Fellowship will provide assistance with tuition and living expenses. [Read More]
Highlights from Los Angeles Times, KPCC-FM, New York Times, NPR, Washington Post and others. [Read More]
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The findings may help to offer better solutions for preventing and managing fatigue. [Read More]
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UCLA's James Stigler is working to improve math and science education nationally by eliminating the rote memorization methods and studying what really works. [Read More]
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A pioneer in her field, Dr. Linda Liau is only the second woman in the nation — and the first Asian-American woman — to chair... [Read More]
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The study highlights the importance of screening for congenital cytomegalovirus infection as part of routine care for HIV-exposed infants. [Read More]
Abstract: Atomically precise group 11 nanoclusters (NCs) are currently of intense interest, both for their fundamental properties and for their potential use in a wide... [Read More]
Abstract: Light provides a uniquely powerful stimulus to visualize and/or perturb biological systems. The use of tissue penetrant near-IR wavelengths enables in vivoapplications, however developing molecules... [Read More]
Graduate student Wei Chen (Zink group) has been awarded a $10,000 scholarship from the Yin Chin Foundation of USA and STUF United Fund Inc.The award... [Read More]
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Award supports young scientists who will study how to rapidly evaluate and implement changes in information technology and new clinical innovations. [Read More]
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The annual Gala in the Garden supports the Hammer Museum at UCLA's internationally acclaimed exhibitions and public programs, which are free to the public. [Read More]
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The event will give students an opportunity to learn about projects, service and volunteer opportunities. [Read More]
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Rebeca Méndez's exhibit is the 17th installation of the New York museum's "Select" series, which investigates the interaction of humanity, nature, design and ... [Read More]
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Dennis Lettenmaier, distinguished professor of geography, received the Robert E. Horton Medal for his contributions to Earth and space sciences. [Read More]
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Among other applications, quantum systems hold the promise of new sensitive sensors, with a variety of possible medical, national security and scientific ... [Read More]
Highlights from CNN, Los Angeles Daily News, Space, KNBC-TV, Los Angeles Times and others. [Read More]
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What if you could have a sheet of solar cells so flexible, thin, and clear, that you could simply roll it onto the side of... [Read More]
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Q&A with theater professor Tom O'Connor, who performs in and was responsible for bringing "Blue Moon Over Memphis," a play in the Noh theater tradition,... [Read More]
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