The UCLA Samueli School of Engineering has received a gift of $5 million from alumna Stacey Nicholas to create a permanent funding source for a program to support women in engineering.
The new material could reduce the need for surgery to repair injuries to the cornea, including those that today would require corneal transplantation.
Precision monitoring technology, based on sweat, could lead to “point-of-person” healthcare.
UCLA engineers developed the first reverse osmosis membrane, an important technology to clean water worldwide. That research legacy continues at the school.
The annual event celebrates the outstanding achievements of the UCLA Samueli community.
Revolutionary technology seeks to break the “memory bottleneck,” greatly improving computer processing speeds
To help identify diseases, pathologists typically manually apply colored dyes, or stains, to label tissue samples.
25 undergraduates who received the scholarship visited the cast and crew as the show wraps its final season
UCLA electrical engineering professor Danijela Cabric shares an interest with iconic Hollywood glamour queen Hedy Lamarr: wireless communications.