UCLA has received a $5 million pledge from Boeing Co. to support faculty at the Center for Quantum Science and Engineering. The center, which is jointly operated by the UCLA College Division of Physical Sciences and the UCLA Samueli School of Engineering
The UCLA Center for Heterogeneous Integration and Performance Scaling (UCLA CHIPS) and SEMI today announced that they have won a $300,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Commerce’s National Institute
Science has long fascinated fourth-year materials engineering student Annie Zhao, who will soon join the class of 2022 to engineer change in the real world. “I remember when I was 6 years old and my grandma was reading this kids encyclopedia to me,” Zhao said. “That’s when I first learned what an atom was and I was
From the wheelchair ramp zigzagging up Bruin Walk to Braille on elevator buttons in campus buildings, many physical spaces on UCLA’s campus are designed to accommodate Bruins of all abilities. But to what extent is this reflected in other spaces where we spend
It was a Halloween mystery that baffled Charles Darwin to the end of his days.
On Oct. 31, 1832, thousands of tiny red spiders suddenly started dropping from a clear sky onto Darwin’s ship, the HMS Beagle, prompting shock,
UCLA Electrical Engineers Develop Energy-Efficient and Customizable Chip Design to Maximize Data Processing
As transistors embedded in computer chips become ever smaller, with billons of them able to fit onto one single chip, what happens to the overrun power usage? To solve this problem, chipmakers decided to rotate the
The annual Women in STEM: Breaking Barriers (WiSTEM) conference at UCLA connected students and professionals with prominent women in STEM for the second consecutive year. The April 7-8 conference featured dozens of speakers in 28 sessions.
The UCLA Science Hub for Humanity and Artificial Intelligence, a collaboration with Amazon, announced today its first cohort of 12 Amazon fellowships and six gift-funded research projects. Funded by Amazon and
Bacterial infections are becoming increasingly difficult to treat due to antibiotic resistance built up by bacteria as they evolve and adapt to medication. UCLA biomolecular engineers and their colleagues are developing an alternative therapy