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  • Wadada Leo Smith, musician and composer, receives UCLA Medal

    Smith has written compositions inspired by Martin Luther King Jr., Rosa Parks, Angela Davis, Emmett Till and America's national parks. “My deepest dream ... Read article

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    Nov 13st, 2019
  • UCLA Veterans Day ceremony salutes those who served

    Major Chris Silva, U.S. Army (retired) and manager of the UCLA Behavioral ... Thomas Ruck, director of the Los Angeles National Cemetery, was on hand to take ... Read article

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    Nov 9st, 2019
  • Activist Hindou Oumarou Ibrahim wins Pritzker Award for young ...

    ... global forums, including as a National Geographic Explorer and a senior indigenous fellow ... Peter Kareiva, director of UCLA Institute of the Environment and ... Read article

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    Nov 8st, 2019
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    news.lawreader.com October « 2007 « LawReader

    Monday, October 29th, 2007 Why aren’t Ky. Law Schools doing something like this? Partnership begins with conference on transparency in civil justice system By Lauri Gavel 10/29/2007 http://www.newsroom.ucla.edu/portal/ucla/ Commonwealth Attorneys are fighting the attempt of the Executive Branch E... Read article

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    innovations-report.com UV light aids cancer cells that creep along the outside of blood vessels

    One of the nation's largest comprehensive cancer centers, the Jonsson center is dedicated to promoting research and translating basic science into leading-edge clinical studies. In July 2013, the Jonsson Cancer Center was named among the top 12 cancer centers nationwide by U.S. News & World Repor... Read article

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    iprsoftware.com Client Case Study: Xerox Corporation | iPR Software

    UCLA Newsroom Delivering news for one of the world's premier higher learning institutions, the UCLA newsroom is a seamless blend of news, images, video and the latest happenings in the UCLA community. UCLA not only posts their content to the newsroom, but distributes via email, New Media Wire, an... Read article

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    explorersweb.com Everest K2 News ExplorersWeb - UCLA scientist discovers plate tectonics on Mars

    Image by MOLA Science Team, SOURCE LINKS Posted: Aug 10, 2012 09:38 am EDT (Newswire/UCLA/ by Stuart Wolpert) For years, many scientists had thought that plate tectonics existed nowhere in our solar system but on Earth. Now, a UCLA scientist has discovered that the geological phenomenon, which in... Read article

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    cellnews-blog.blogspot.com CellNEWS: July 2010

    In this study, Crooks and her team studied human embryonic stem cells that followed the mesoderm pathway, which gives rise to blood cells, blood vessels, cardiac cells, muscle, cartilage, bone and fat. Dr. Denis Evseenko, lead investigator on the studies and an assistant researcher in the patholo... Read article

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    psychcentral.com Family Connection for Depression, Anxiety, PTSD | Psych Central News

    Now, in the first multigenerational study of its kind, UCLA researchers studying survivors of that catastrophe have discovered that vulnerability to PTSD, anxiety and depression runs in families. Armen Goenjian, a UCLA research psychiatrist and colleagues studied 200 participants from 12 multigen... Read article

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    esciencenews.com UCLA researchers develop new method for producing transparent conductors | (e) Science News

    Tell your friends UCLA researchers develop new method for producing transparent conductors Published: Wednesday, May 13, 2009 - 17:23 in Physics & Chemistry Researchers at UCLA have developed a new method for producing a hybrid graphene–carbon nanotube, or G-CNT, for potential use as a transparen... Read article

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    dietaryfiberfood.com Broccoli May Help Protect Against Respiratory Conditions Like Asthma | Fruits Vegetables

    "We found a two- to three-fold increase in antioxidant enzymes in the nasal airway cells of study participants who had eaten a preparation of broccoli sprouts," Riedl said. "This strategy may offer protection against inflammatory processes and could lead to potential treatments for a variety of r... Read article

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    business.uclaextension.edu Personal Finance Series - UCLA Extension Business, Management, and Legal Programs

    UCLA Extension Business, Management, and Legal Programs UCLA News room Interactive lectures that are presented by experienced instructors who are financial professionals with extensive hands-on experience. Choose from a wide variety of personal finance seminars, covering topics in personal money ... Read article

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    blogs.poz.com David Weiss: January 2010 Archives

    Since Quercetin has been shown to inhibit hepatitis C infection, French said, a Phase I clinical trial will be launched at UCLA to determine if the compound is safe and effective. Quercetin is a plant-derived bioflavonoid, and is used by some people as a nutritional supplement. Laboratory studies... Read article

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    sciencecodex.com When cells hit the wall: UCLA engineers put the squeeze on cells to diagnose disease | Science Codex

    UCLA bioengineering researchers have taken advantage of cells' physical properties to develop a new instrument that slams cells against a wall of fluid and quickly analyzes the physical response, allowing for the identification of cancer and other cell states without expensive chemical tags. The ... Read article

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    terradaily.com US Control Strategies May Make Flu Epidemics Worse

    In a report to be published in the peer-reviewed journal PLoS Computational Biology and currently available online, Sally Blower, a professor at the Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior at UCLA, and Romulus Breban and Raffaele Vardavas, postdoctoral fellows in Blower's research gro... Read article

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    news.mongabay.com Hydrogen fuel cars closer after major fuel advancement

    University of California at Los Angeles March 6, 2006 Chemists at UCLA and the University of Michigan report an advance toward the goal of cars that run on hydrogen rather than gasoline. While the U.S. Department of Energy estimates that practical hydrogen fuel will require concentrations of at l... Read article

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    biologynews.net UCLA researchers find blood stem cells originate and are nurtured in the placenta

    Solving a long-standing biological mystery, UCLA stem cell researchers have discovered that blood stem cells, the cells that later differentiate into all the cells in the blood supply, originate and are nurtured in the placenta. The discovery may allow researchers to mimic the specific embryonic ... Read article

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    eurekalert.org Study finds that bacteria organize according to 'rich-get-richer' principle | EurekAlert! Science News

    Like pioneers in search of a better life, bacteria on a surface wander around and often organize into highly resilient communities, known as biofilms. It turns out that a lucky few bacteria become the elite cells that start the colonies, and they organize in a rich-get-richer pattern similar to t... Read article

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