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UC Newsroom |

Five genius inventions that grew out of UC research

Dozens of inventors traveled to Sacramento earlier this month to speak about the power of UC research during our annual advocacy event, UC Day.
UC Newsroom |

The Northern Lights came to California — but will it happen again?

Aurora Borealis made a surprise trip down to the continental United States last week. Three experts weigh in on why it happened and whether it will happen again.
UC Newsroom |

2 UC faculty and 11 alumni awarded 2024 Pulitzer Prizes

The Pulitzer Prizes, awarded May 6 by Columbia University, are among the most prestigious honors in journalism, literature and music composition.
UC Merced |

Following the mission to improve Central Valley health care

UC Merced breaks ground on a new Medical Education Building, scheduled to open in 2026.
UC San Francisco |

When depression meds don’t work, this may help you turn the corner

Transcranial magnetic simulation is a noninvasive therapy for patients with depression and obsessive-compulsive disorder.

No sweat! A radically easy new way to diagnose stress — and do something about it.

Thanks to new technology, we may soon be able to measure exactly how stressed we are and take proportional steps to deal with it.
UC Irvine |

Dreaming is linked to improved memory consolidation and emotion regulation

UC Irvine-led study is first to pinpoint role of dreams in processing bad experiences
UC Newsroom |

37 UC scholars named fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science

AAAS is one of the world’s largest general scientific societies and being named a fellow is a lifetime honor.
UC Newsroom |

Three new Grad Slam winners crowned in a battle for brevity

Contestants from UC San Diego, UC Santa Barbara and UC Riverside take home big wins and cash prizes.
UC Newsroom |

How reggae came to Hawai‘i

A UC Davis scholar explores how a sound that arose from Jamaica’s postcolonial political struggle found a new home on airwaves in the Pacific.
UC Newsroom |

UC’s rich and thriving poetic tradition goes back 100 years — and will keep you reading all year long

From poet laureates to Nobel Prize winners, UC has been a major influence on American poetry.
UC Newsroom |

UC medical school graduates take on Central Valley’s health care crisis

More than 700 medical students are earning their M.D. from a UC medical school this spring. The vast majority of these newly minted doctors — 73 percent — will stay in California for their residency training.