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Engineering Alumna Makes Strides in Latinx Representation

When Leticia Solis ’90 was 14 years old, her older sister took her to a Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE) conference at UCLA. It was there that Solis first learned what an engineer does and

Mechanical Engineering Alum is Sudsing His Way to Success

Mechanical Engineering Alum is Sudsing His Way to Success

“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.

Learning vs. Doing: How the Brain Interprets Observation and Action

Learning vs. Doing: How the Brain Interprets Observation and Action

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.

Smartwatch Tracks Medication Levels to Personalize Treatments

Smartwatch Tracks Medication Levels to Personalize Treatments

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.