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Berry Gordy, music trailblazer, visits UCLA

Music - Jun 6
Music

The new UCLA Berry Gordy Music Industry Center brings the music mogul's commitment to artistic excellence and social justice to campus Arts + Culture The new UCLA Berry Gordy Music Industry Center brings the music mogul's commitment to artistic excellence and social justice to campus By all'appearances, it was a normal Wednesday in the recording studio at the UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music.

Health - Jun 5

Scientists identify ’missing piece’ required for blood stem cell self-renewal

Health

Health + Behavior Study could help make lifesaving stem cell transplants more available Key takeaways.

Life Sciences - May 30

Study connects genetic risk for autism to changes observed in the brain

Health + Behavior UCLA Health study is part of massive brain and genetic mapping initiative Key takeaways. The study by UCLA scientists is the first to identify a potential mechanism that connects changes occurring in the brain in autism spectrum disorder directly to underlying genetic causes.

Life Sciences - May 29

Acute sense of touch helps hummingbirds hover near flowers without bumping them

Life Sciences

Science + Technology A new study shows they create a 3D body map when gusts of air touch their wings Key takeaways.

Life Sciences - May 23

Sequencing of the developing human brain uncovers hundreds of thousands of new gene transcripts

New study could improve the ability to make genetic diagnoses and treat neurodevelopmental disorders Health + Behavior New study could improve the ability to make genetic diagnoses and treat neurodevelopmental disorders Key takeaways.

UCLA plays a pivotal role in Getty PST ART, the nation’s largest art event

Art and Design

UCLA Arts and UCLA Film & Television Archive bring 7 projects to 'Art & Science Collide' from July through May 2025 Arts + Culture UCLA Arts and UCLA

Environment - May 16

UCLA storytellers use Grand Theft Auto as basis for films imagining L.A. in 2050

Environment + Climate 'Grand Theft Eco' considers the city's environmental future, along with economic and social justice issues It's the year 2050, and the Los Angeles River runs lazily along, sparkling in the sunlight, as the hum of freeway traffic weaves through the idyllic setting.

When saying ’please’ is more strategic than magic

Social Sciences

Health + Behavior UCLA study finds using "please" may not be so polite in everyday requests Key takeaways.

Environment - Jun 3

Shape and depth of ocean floor profoundly influence how carbon is stored there

Environment

New study finds seafloor topography accounts for up to 50% of the changes in depth at which carbon has been sequestered Science + Technology New study

Environment - May 29

Unexpected pockets of biodiversity pepper Los Angeles

Environment

But it will still be a challenge to elevate the overall level of biodiversity in the city Key takeaways.

Psychology - May 29

’Transformative work and compassionate character’: Portrait of a true Bruin

Psychology

Health + Behavior Ihab Shahawi found his passion at UCLA - helping people affected by autism Key takeaways.

Economics - May 23

Women, people of color drive viewer ratings for top streaming films

Economics

Part 2 of the Hollywood Diversity Report on film studies the state of streaming as the industry looks to contract Arts + Culture Part 2 of the Hollywo

Career - May 22

As L.A. County nighttime recreation program expands scope, success largely continues

Career

Nation, World + Society UCLA study shows Parks After Dark achieved intended goals - Key takeaways A survey of attendees in 2023 found that 93% felt safe at Parks After Dark.

Health - May 15

Novel technology positions ’off-the-shelf’ cancer immunotherapy for the clinic

Health

Science + Technology UCLA scientists develop a new method to engineer immune cells that could treat multiple patients Immunotherapies have revolutioni

Health - May 15

Adults who had difficult childhoods are not receiving sufficient mental health care

Nearly 40% of adults who had four or more adverse childhood experiences reported an unmet need for treatment Health + Behavior Nearly 40% of adults who had four or more adverse childhood experiences reported an unmet need for treatment Key takeaways:.



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