After a high school classmate committed suicide, Sahen Rai, a first-year computer science student, is using his skills to help boost mental health. We are committed to helping our students engineer change.
Watch how else we are engineering change.
In the 1950s, UCLA engineers developed the first reverse osmosis membrane. We are continuing their research with next-gen membranes.
In autoimmune disease, the immune
system goes into overdrive. We are researching better ways to
understand—and control—the body's autoimmune response.
With a $5.9 million DARPA grant, we are trailblazing energy efficient computing systems to process data faster than what’s currently possible.
By heating solid tumors, we are enhancing CAR T-cell therapy that could improve the prognosis for people with hard-to-treat cancer.
A perspective by Profs. Xiangfeng Duan and Yu Huang on materials held together by van der Waals forces
“The biomaterials field is essential” for China’s aging population – Prof. Zhen Gu
Prof. Gu’s team is enhancing revolutionary CAR T-cell therapy to fight solid tumors
Using EVs to power homes? Prof. Rajit Gadh says to modify consumer behavior first
“Data is profoundly dumb about causality,” claims Prof. Judea Pearl
Prof. Chan Joshi discusses plasma wakefield acceleration, developed at UCLA in 1979
Prof. Leonard Kleinrock pens op-ed on 50 years of the internet: What have we learned?
Frank Buckley interviews Prof. Kleinrock on the anniversary of the internet
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Prof. Jonathan Stewart comments on Shake Alert LA, earthquake app for LA residents
‘The Big Bang Theory’ doubles its support for UCLA students, including engineering student Mia Reyes
Prof. John Villasenor discusses using algorithm-based risk assessment in sentencing
We celebrated the accomplishments of our community, including Tom Kennedy PhD ’84, CEO of Raytheon, as Alum of the Year.
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