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June 20, 2024 | Atomic view of a chemical catalyst during electrically charged reaction is a scientific first

June 20, 2024 | Atomic view of a chemical catalyst during electrically charged reaction is a scientific first

Chemical reactions spurred with electricity are behind products essential for everyday life, and are expected to play a part in creating sustainable fuels derived from carbon dioxide. A newly developed technology for viewing electrochemical reactions at the atomic level enabled researchers led by UCLA and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory to watch a catalyst during an electrochemical reaction for the first time.

June 18, 2024 | Capture data on nanoparticle size, distribution, and concentration with newly added instrument

June 18, 2024 | Capture data on nanoparticle size, distribution, and concentration with newly added instrument

Researchers in the biomedical sciences and materials science can derive important insights from visualizing, sizing and counting nanoparticles, with applications from developing lentiviruses for gene therapy to tuning the composition of advanced materials. Those studying proteins, extracellular vesicles (EV), liposomes, lipid nanoparticles, and viruses will all find advantages with a technique called nanoparticle tracking analysis (NTA)…

June 18, 2024 | Gamers’ New Target: Breast Cancer

June 18, 2024 | Gamers’ New Target: Breast Cancer

Twelve years ago this summer, UCLA medical engineers coded one of the first “biogames” — video games that encourage players who would normally use their skills for Call of Duty to turn their game faces toward a good cause. In the UCLA game, that cause was identifying…

June 11, 2024 | UCLA Researchers Develop Breakthrough Technology for Optical Phase Conjugation

June 11, 2024 | UCLA Researchers Develop Breakthrough Technology for Optical Phase Conjugation

Scientists at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) have unveiled a groundbreaking technology that could revolutionize the fields of imaging and optical communications. Led by Aydogan Ozcan and his team, the research introduces an all-optical phase conjugation (OPC) method using diffractive wavefront processing. This new technique offers unprecedented capabilities in correcting optical distortions at multiple wavelengths and could have significant implications across various fields…