“I should have started my own business years ago,” said Mike Raymond (’07), a mechanical engineering alum who spent more than a decade in management consulting and corporate development before starting Color Clean Soap earlier this year.
UCLA’s high-tech clean room facilities are getting some state-of-the-art upgrades. The cleanrooms, specialized laboratories where the air is free from dust and other particles, will be getting new fabrication equipment.
Aerospace engineering alumna and NASA astronaut Megan McArthurwill soon visit the International Space Station for the first time following a previous trip to space in 2009 .
Growing up in a small city near Shanghai, bioengineering alum Wei Yu (MS ’12, PhD ’14) was always concerned about the mounting environmental crisis he saw around him. As a child, he would walk the riverbanks next to his home, where chemical factories and paper mills had polluted the water.
Three UCLA Samueli School of Engineering alumni who were part of the Center for Excellence in Engineering and Diversity (CEED) as students share how the organization made a major impact on their careers.
Two UCLA computer scientists have shown that existing compilers, which tell quantum computers how to use their circuits to execute quantum programs, inhibit the computers’ ability to achieve optimal performance.
If going to Disneyland is not enough of an adventure, try becoming one of the people who helps make the magic happen as alumnus Craig Russel has done.
In a new study published in Cell Reports, a UCLA-led team has changed the way scientists think about how observation and action are coded in the brain. The study shows that learning a movement and then repeating it involve more than just shared neurons. Instead, it is more akin to a shared circuit of neurons.
Engineers at the UCLA Samueli School of Engineering and their colleagues at Stanford School of Medicine have demonstrated that drug levels inside the body can be tracked in real time using a custom smartwatch that analyzes the chemicals found in sweat.