ARTEMIS – UCLA’s Most Advanced Humanoid Robot – Gets Ready for Action
Mechanical engineers at the UCLA Samueli School of Engineering have developed a full-sized humanoid robot with first-of-its-kind technology.
In Memoriam: Engineering Professor Emeritus Eldon Knuth, Decorated World War II Veteran
Eldon Knuth, a UCLA professor emeritus of chemical and biomolecular engineering and World War II veteran honored
Nanomaterials Scientist Yu Huang Appointed Traugott and Dorothea Frederking Endowed Chair
The UCLA Samueli School of Engineering has named Yu Huang, a professor and chair of the Materials Science and Engineering Department
UCLA Engineers Design Solar Roofs to Harvest Energy for Greenhouses
As countries around the globe seek sustainable energy sources and the U.S. endeavors to become a net-zero emissions economy by 2050
Bruin Racing Formula SAE Kicks Off NASCAR Season at the Coliseum
On a beautiful sunny Southern California weekend, the crowd cheered on as the UCLA student-built car zipped around the temporary, quarter-mile race track
UCLA Engineering Doctoral Student Aims to Bring Accessible Speech Technology to All
The way people talk is influenced by where they grew up, the school they attended, their cultural background and the language spoken at home among other things.
It Takes a Village: Bruin Engineer Shares Hopeful Vision for Diversity in STEM
When Krystal Cunningham Ph.D.’19 first moved to Los Angeles from Jamaica as a teenager, she found it strange that there were community and scholarship programs specifically geared toward minorities.
Q&A with UCLA Civil Engineer Jonathan Stewart on Earthquake in Turkey
The devastating 7.8 magnitude earthquake in Turkey on Feb. 6 has claimed the lives of more than 36,000 people and flattened thousands of buildings across southern Turkey and northern Syria.
Watch: Dennis Hong Rolls Out his Robot Posse
From the moment he saw C-3PO and R2-D2 waddle across the screen in “Star Wars” as a 7-year-old, Dennis Hong knew he wanted to build robots.