President Drake, who provided vaccinations on a recent Sunday at a community hub in the Mission District, delivers a PSA on why getting immunized against COVID-19 is so important.
Paging your inner child: Paleontologists conclude 20,000 T. rexes roamed North America at any given time.
The new degree will not only enhance academic offerings but will foster collaborative study regarding the current experiences and histories of people of African descent.
Researchers use satellite imagery to track how cows and elk interact at the interface of wildland and rangeland.
A new study finds hundreds of public water systems are out of compliance, but points to solutions the state (and nation) can pursue.
A writer explores what happens to art when our muses become mechanical, when inspiration is not divine but digital.
Researchers are racing to find ways to help California's iconic wine industry adapt to a changing climate, including drought and wildfire.
As scientists try to understand lingering COVID-19 health issues, a new program hopes to give patients better tools to cope with the debilitating symptoms.
COVID-19 took a toll on our relationships. Understanding why might help us come back together.
Jackie Robinson integrated Major League Baseball over 70 years ago, breaking down barriers for future generations. Now, scientists ask — did racism lead to Robinson's early death?
Scientists at UC Merced and UC Santa Cruz are exploring a potential project to combine renewable energy with water conservation.
A geology professor witnesses the birth of Iceland’s newest volcano, which is still erupting.
A Berkeley Lab-led team is digging into bacteria-produced nanomachines that could fast-track microbiome science.
A new study offers much-needed data to airlines and states that have had little guidance on how to enable safe travel.
UC scientists and physicians hope to permanently cure patients of sickle cell disease by using CRISPR-Cas9 to replace a defective gene with the normal version.
Student Gina Schneider becomes a part of history as one of the first women in the U.S. to achieve the rank of Eagle Scout.
Scholar’s theory on what causes Zoom fatigue focuses on how the technology warps our sense of space in interactions.
A UC Irvine professor of education discusses COVID-19’s lasting impact on reading, writing and recovery.
The new show follows a Marine combat veteran and a former interpreter as they adjust to life in America after life in Afghanistan.
Three UC campuses will help grow a repository that Henry Louis Gates Jr. has called one of the most significant research projects in the history of slavery.