Researchers measure and control interactions between magnetic ripples using lasers

2 weeks ago

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If computers used ripples in magnetic fields, called magnons, to encode and process information, the result would be devices with potential memory speed on the order of billionths of a […]

Researchers measure and control interactions between magnetic ripples using lasers
February 7

Groundbreaking Research on Zinc Batteries Featured in Advanced Materials

2 weeks ago

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A recent innovation in battery technology by Professor Richard Kaner’s group has been prominently featured on the cover of the prestigious journal Advanced Materials. The project, led by Kaner, along […]

Groundbreaking Research on Zinc Batteries Featured in Advanced Materials
February 7

2024 Society for Pediatric Research Young Investigator Award

3 weeks ago

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Dr. Steven Jonas, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics and postdoctoral alumnus of the Paul S. Weiss group, has been honored with the 2024 Society for Pediatric Research Young Investigator Award. In […]

2024 Society for Pediatric Research Young Investigator Award
February 2

Keck Foundation awards $1.3 million grant to Keriann Backus and collaborators

3 weeks ago

Professor Keriann Backus and collaborators from the University of Washington were awarded a $1.3 million W.M. Keck Foundation grant to fund research in single-cell protein measurement innovation. Backus and collaborators […]

Keck Foundation awards $1.3 million grant to Keriann Backus and collaborators
February 2

Viral protein fragments may unlock mystery behind serious COVID-19 outcomes

3 weeks ago

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A large research team led by Professor Gerard Wong has shown that fragments of the coronavirus may drive inflammation by mimicking the action of specific immune molecules in the body. […]

Viral protein fragments may unlock mystery behind serious COVID-19 outcomes
January 30

Biology’s Lost Children

4 weeks ago

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By Ben Paul, UCLA Division of Physical Sciences What are viruses, really? And where did they come from? UCLA’s Chemistry and Biochemistry department is pushing the boundaries of virology, and […]

Biology’s Lost Children
January 25

An Exclusive Look into Dean Miguel García-Garibay’s Research

4 weeks ago

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On Tuesday, January 9th, members of the UCLA community gathered for a special lecture by Professor Miguel García-Garibay, Dean of the Division of Physical Sciences and Senior Dean of the […]

An Exclusive Look into Dean Miguel García-Garibay’s Research
January 24

20th Annual Sigman Symposium of UCLA’s Molecular Biology Institute

4 weeks ago

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Professor Squire Booker, Evan Pugh University Professor of Chemistry, Biochemistry, and Molecular Biology at The Pennsylvania State University, presented the 20th annual Sigman Symposium on January 18, 2024.   The lecture, entitled […]

20th Annual Sigman Symposium of UCLA’s Molecular Biology Institute
January 24