UCLA JCCC Strategic Plan Aligned Project Seed Grant

5 days ago

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The UCLA Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center (JCCC) has awarded Assistant Professor Danielle Schmitt a $77,800 Strategic Plan Aligned Project Seed Grant for her project entitled “iGlo: A Novel Molecular Biosensor […]

UCLA JCCC Strategic Plan Aligned Project Seed Grant
April 18

Top downloaded article in the journal Small

5 days ago

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Research led by Professor Richard Kaner and graduate student Yuto Katsuyama, published in Small, was among the journal’s top downloaded papers during its first 12 months of publication. Small is […]

Top downloaded article in the journal Small
April 18

Advance in light-based computing shows capabilities for future smart cameras

2 weeks ago

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A UCLA team, co-led by Professor Xiangfeng Duan, has invented a transparent device that offers nonlinear operation under low-power ambient light, and combined it with a smartphone camera for glare […]

Advance in light-based computing shows capabilities for future smart cameras
April 11

Chemistry, Crystals, and Quantum Science

3 weeks ago

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This landmark research represents a major step in the growth of solid-state chemistry and, in turn, new applications of quantum science research. When people think of researchers who are pushing […]

Chemistry, Crystals, and Quantum Science
April 5

Chemical Science chooses Shafaat group’s model of CO2-converting enzyme, carbon monoxide dehydrogenase, as Pick of the Week

4 weeks ago

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Professor Hannah Shafaat group’s article “Electronic isomerism in heterometallic nickel–iron–sulfur cluster models substrate binding and cyanide inhibition of carbon monoxide dehydrogenase” is highlighted by the publisher Royal Society of Chemistry […]

Chemical Science chooses Shafaat group’s model of CO2-converting enzyme, carbon monoxide dehydrogenase, as Pick of the Week
March 27

2D optoelectronic neuron array: harnessing ambient light for broadband nonlinear optical processing

4 weeks ago

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In a recent paper published in Nature Communications, a research team led by Professors Xiangfeng Duan and Aydogan Ozcan (UCLA Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering) reported a new strategy […]

2D optoelectronic neuron array: harnessing ambient light for broadband nonlinear optical processing
March 26

‘It can be a long road and that’s okay’  –  Prineha Narang on going the distance in science

1 month ago

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Prineha Narang, a physicist at UCLA who works at the intersection of condensed matter and quantum physics, tells Rob Lea of Physics World about the challenges of defining yourself as […]

‘It can be a long road and that’s okay’  –  Prineha Narang on going the distance in science
March 18

CNSI Elman Family Foundation research focusing on sustainability and clean energy technologies

1 month ago

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In a new video, Professors Xiangfeng Duan and Justin Caram explain their solar cell technology research project, funded by the Elman Family Foundation. View the video here. Duan is leading […]

CNSI Elman Family Foundation research focusing on sustainability and clean energy technologies
March 12