Two UCLA bioengineers are part of a multi-institutional team that has demonstrated a new technique that uses ultrasound to prevent and even potentially reverse Type 2 diabetes. The methodology, now undergoing feasibility trials with a group of Type 2 diabetic patients
Researchers at the UCLA Samueli School of Engineering have delivered a one-two punch to reduce greenhouse gas emissions while generating valuable products in high demand. Using direct solar power
When third-year mechanical engineering student Jonathan Huang embarked on his career at the UCLA Samueli School of Engineering, he didn’t expect to see his face laser-etched on the side of a go-kart. But that’s exactly what happened while he was a student
UCLA Materials Scientists Lead Global Team in Finding Solutions to Biggest Hurdle for Solar Cell Technology
Materials scientists at the UCLA Samueli School of Engineering and colleagues from five other universities around the world have discovered the major reason why perovskite solar cells — which show great promise
Every year during the week of President George Washington’s birthday, engineers from across the country come together to celebrate all the incredible work engineering can create — and the bright and innovative engineers from the University of California
Paul Eggert may not be the most famous person from Russell, Kansas. That distinction, he says, goes to former U.S. senators Bob Dole or Arlen Specter. But this Midwestern native sure has his finger on the pulse of the most valuable commodity in the world: time.
A team of chemists and engineers from universities in the U.S. and Japan have discovered how an important industrial chemical catalyst — rhodium — undergoes structural changes during chemical reactions for production of chemicals and fuels.
“Growing up, I noticed that after long car travels in Nigeria, I always came back with back pain because the roads were so bad,” says Morolake (Rolake) Omoya, a Ph.D. candidate in civil engineering at the UCLA Samueli School of Engineering.
Triple Bruin Engineer Winny Dong Receives Presidential Award for Excellence in Science, Math and Engineering Mentoring
Materials science and engineering graduate Winny Dong ’94, MS ’98, PhD ’00 recently received the highest U.S. award for excellence in science, mathematics and engineering mentoring