New hydrogel can prevent ice from forming in 3 different ways
UCLA’s CO2Concrete Team Featured in Front Page of Los Angeles Times – Turning Carbon into Concrete Could Win a Climate Victory and $7.5 Million Prize
The Los Angeles Times profiled a team of UCLA engineers in the finals of a multimillion-dollar international competition to turn the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide into commercially viable products.
Electrical and computer engineering student Irina Alam recently received the 2019 Cadence Women in Technology scholarship.
Recently, we received a note from alum Ivan Gargurevich MS ’80, PhD ’97 not about his own accomplishments but those of chemical and biomolecular engineering professor emeritus Eldon Knuth.
The online master’s degree program at UCLA Samueli School of Engineering is ranked No. 1 by U.S. News & World Report in the publication’s 2020 list of best online engineering programs.
To explore how new technology affects society, privacy, government and public policy, the UCLA Samueli School of Engineering and UCLA School of Law have launched the UCLA Institute for Technology, Law and Policy.
By UCLA Samueli Newsroom UCLA and Rice researchers develop new method to produce vital industrial gas Researchers from UCLA Samueli School of Engineering, Rice University and UC Santa Barbara have developed an easier and greener way to...
By UCLA Samueli Newsroom DARPA-funded explainable AI program aims to build trust in robot task-executionA new study by UCLA computer scientists, statisticians and psychologists shows potential for robots powered by artificial...
Biplanes, the fixed-wing aircrafts with two wings, one above the other, exist today mostly in aviation museums, World War I movies and black-and-white photos.