A packed Royce Hall on the UCLA campus Tuesday saw dozens of tech pioneers, business leaders and activists share the stage to examine the history and current state of the internet, and offer ideas on how it can improve.
UCLA is ranked ninth in the world for engineering, according to a report today from Times Higher Education, a United Kingdom-based company that analyzes universities across the globe for performance in research and education.
By UCLA Samueli Newsroom A UCLA-led research team has developed a laser that generates precise wavelengths of light across a large part of the terahertz light spectrumThe technology could improve drug screening equipment by...
By UCLA Samueli Newsroom The UCLA Samueli School of Engineering welcomes 11 new faculty members to its growing roster for the 2019-20 academic year. The school is undergoing its most dramatic expansion since its founding in 1945. The...
Three UCLA Samueli undergraduate students offer advice to their new peers on how to succeed – collaborate with fellow students, participate in clubs, develop good time management skills and take advantage of resources
When frost forms on the ground overnight even when temperatures are well above freezing, or water droplets appear on car windshields even on a clear night, the cause is often a phenomenon called radiative sky cooling.
Mechanical engineers at UCLA and China’s Tsinghua University have opened a new path toward reusable energy-absorbing materials – ones designed to take an impact, then bounce back to their original shape and strength. The study was published in Advanced Functional Materials.
Ali Khademhosseini, UCLA’s Levi James Knight, Jr. Professor of Engineering, has been elected as a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada (RSC), the country’s highest honor for achievement in the arts, social sciences and sciences.
In a paper in Science Robotics, materials scientists from the UCLA Samueli School of Engineering describe a new design for a swimming robot that’s both powered and steered by constant light.