To mark Black History Month, Berkeley Lab highlights the stories of three employees — Steve Wilson, LaTonja Wright and Edson Okwelum.
Scalp cooling can lessen some chemotherapy-induced hair loss in certain breast cancer patients, according to a new multicenter study from UCSF, Weill Cornell Medicine and three other medical centers.
Aomawa Shields, UCLA postdoctoral fellow and new UC Irvine assistant professor, studies the climate on distant planets to find those most likely to host alien life.
The robotics technologies in Michael Yip’s UC San Diego lab are all inspired by a common goal: to augment the capabilities of surgeons.
Physical activity gives your brain a boost, but can it enhance your vision? Research by UC Santa Barbara psychologists Barry Giesbrecht and Tom Bullock suggests that it can.
An elephant seal monitored by UC Santa Cruz researchers swam about 7,400 miles, longer than any elephant seal recorded over two decades — then she gave birth to a baby boy.
Women whose breasts are composed largely of glandular tissue, rather than fat, have an amplified risk of breast cancer, which exceeds the impact of other widely known risks on a population level, say UCSF researchers.
John Clements, whose invention gave premature babies the chance to live, continues to explore his research field and encourage others to continue his work.