UCLA researchers received a $1 million grant to develop a new method for identifying air particulates, which may be useful in combating climate change.
The grant, which the researchers received from the National Science Foundation in August, is part of a larger series of funding to promote quantum technology and research, according to the NSF.
UCLA researchers are expanding their digital registry for depression research recruitment beyond campus into the greater Los Angeles area.
Created over a year ago, the registry is a collaboration between the UCLA Depression Grand Challenge – an initiative focused on cutting the global burden of depression in half by 2050 – and the UCLA Center for SMART Health, which aims to transform health care through the integration of new technology.
UCLA researchers are taking the lead in the California Conservation Genomics Project, a state-funded project led by academic researchers aiming to gather genetic information on species native to California.
This post was updated Nov. 15 at 10:40 p.m.
UCLA researchers created a novel and inexpensive method for early cancer detection.
In a September study published in Nature Communications, the researchers described how their new method can detect changes in DNA circulating in the blood that are called methylation.
A UCLA alumnus was the inaugural recipient of a grant in September to advance the treatment of heart defects present at birth.
Dr. Jennifer Woo, who graduated from the David Geffen School of Medicine, received the Advanced ACHD Fellows Grant from the Heartfelt Dreams Foundation.
UCLA researchers are working on a single test that can detect pathogens beyond COVID-19.
Eleazar Eskin, one of the faculty members leading the project, said a current diagnostic test for COVID-19, SwabSeq, is expanding to potentially identify other pathogens.
Researchers discussed progress in treatments for genetic diseases and the ethics surrounding these new technologies at a UCLA symposium Wednesday.
The first annual Ginsburg Symposium in Precision Health, held at Carnesale Commons from 8 a.m.
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