IoES & Department of Earth and Space Sciences Professor David Jackson was quoted in an Associated Press article about predicting earthquakes in California.
IoES & Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences Professor and Vice Chair Suzanne Paulson is a researcher on the study.
Two electric vehicle charging stations were recently installed in Parking Structure 9, in anticipation of increased demand for electric cars in the West Los Angeles area.
Panel discussion: October 13th & Performance: Oct. 15th
UCLA life scientists and their colleagues have discovered the first evidence of the H1N1 virus in animals in Africa. In one village in northern Cameroon, a staggering 89 percent of the pigs studied had been exposed to the H1N1 virus, commonly known as the
Susan and Dan Gottlieb's contribution will help support graduate student Hilton Oyamaguchi's work.
Volunteer Day is part of a major initiative to expand UCLA’s already strong tradition of service.
NSF-funded study aims to integrate variety of traffic management systems
A closer look at the Westwood Village Famers’ Market
Professor Yang Yang develops proof-of-concept technology to allow screens to act as solar panels
A column in the Wall Street Journal about the future and sustainability of cities features book recommendations by Institute of the Environment and Sustainability Professor Matt Kahn, who holds joint appointments in economics and public policy.
Environmental Health Sciences Chair & IoES Professor Richard Jackson chaired a 14-member panel that authored a report requested by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services: "Improving Health in the United States: The Role of Health Impact Assessme
With gas prices reaching nearly five dollars per gallon and university tuitions on the rise, getting to and around school seems to be the easiest way to make a college student go broke fast.
Is it possible to make valid climate predictions that go beyond weeks, months, even a year? UCLA atmospheric scientists report they have now made long-term climate forecasts that are among the best ever — predicting climate up to 16 months in advance, nea
Department of Geography & IoES Professor Jared Diamond was interviewed by NPR’s “Talk of the Nation” about his book “Guns, Germs, and Steel: The Fates of Human Societies,” which is now required reading at many colleges and universities.
A University of California technology that significantly reduces the amount of energy wasted by chips in computers, mobile phones and other electronic devices has recently passed the trillion watt-hour milestone in energy savings, according to the technol
The Yale Project on Climate Change and Communication and George Mason University Center for Climate Change Communication conducted a study on how members of each political party respond to the issue of global warming.
School of Law and IoES Professor Ann Carlson is a winner of the 2011 Distinguished Teaching Award—UCLA’s highest teaching prize awarded by the Academic Senate.
When researchers from around the globe converge at UCLA on Sept. 6 to discuss the small 2 percent of the planet covered by the world’s five Mediterranean-climate regions, they’ll be focusing on how to protect the whopping 16 percent of Earth’s plant speci
UCLA atmospheric scientists participated in the largest single atmospheric research effort in California history. Some 70 different monitoring devices on the tower were used by 40 independent research teams to gather complex data that will help guide poli
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