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Technology december 7, 2015

U.S. Military's Virtual Wound Simulation Trains Field Medics for Life and Death Situations

Research at UCLA aims to better prep medics, revealing through a combination of in-depth mechanics and fluid dynamics how a leg responds to a bullet wound or severe injury

Work december 15, 2014

Tech Partnership Explores the Feasibility of the Hyperloop

UCLA and Hyperloop Transportation form SUPRASTUDIO to examine Elon Musk's Hyperloop priority in detail

IoT february 13, 2014

Portrait Prints Lifted From The Computer Screen [Pics]

A photographer tackles some of the biggest questions in the field with an elegant hybrid process.

Mobile february 7, 2014

3D-Printed Mobile Lab Can Read Mercury Level In Drinking Water

Researchers from UCLA have designed a smartphone attachment and app that can detect contamination.

Sustainability may 29, 2013

Bike-Powered Concert Fueled By Attendees’ Legs

Bicycle-themed event promotes sustainability and environmentally friendly alternatives.

Innovation february 22, 2013

Nanocapsule Ushers Sobriety In Minutes

Researchers develop pills to prevent hangovers.

Partner Content august 11, 2012

PSFK Picks: Top 10 Health Innovations Of The Week

From thermal imaging to identify your percentage of 'Good' fat to a 3D model of the common cold we bring you the most innovative stories from the world of wellness research.

Advertising march 31, 2012

PSFK Picks: Top 10 Health Innovations Of The Week

We bring you the most stimulating and exciting stories from the world of wellness research.

Mobile september 5, 2011

UCLA Team Creates Prototype Lens-Free Handheld Microscope

A prototype microscope from UCLA uses holograms instead of lenses to analyze samples -- all in a lightweight and affordable package.

Arts & Culture june 16, 2011

UCLA Chemistry Class Creates Lady Gaga Inspired Music Videos To Help Kids Learn

A member of the Chemistry faculty at UCLA recently held a music video competition among his students using concepts from organic chemistry as a driving theme.

Innovation february 17, 2011

Scientists Stumble Upon Possible Cure For Baldness

Researchers at UCLA's Salk Institute for Biological Studies and the Oregon Health and Sciences University accidentally came across a solution for baldness which involves manipulating stress receptors and hormones.

Innovation november 4, 2010

Controlling Individual Neurons Through Thought

A new study by UCLA and Caltech. holds promise for the paralyzed to perform simple activities.

Innovation october 28, 2010

Future Brain Machine Interfaces May Record And Playback Our Dreams

A machine that could read our mind and display our dreams on screen could soon be a reality.

Innovation june 8, 2010

Future Of Health: $3 Digital Microscope Connects To Cellphones

Researchers have developed a plug and play microscope that enables healthcare workers to perform remote diagnostics.


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