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After decades of research and development solar power still doesn't pencil out for many home and business owners. Could a thin, transparent solar cell invented by scientists at UCLA change that equation?
Jul 25, 2012   Los Angeles Times
Even though crime has gone down in the U.S., parents are less likely to let their children walk alone, even to school. Will Doig discusses the argument that "free-roaming" children are a benefit to themselves and the larger community.
Jul 25, 2012   Salon
While the east coast suffers through a brutal early summer heat wave, researchers in Los Angeles have announced the findings of the most advanced regional climate modeling ever conducted, which shows that So Cal will feel the heat soon enough.
Jun 22, 2012   Streetsblog LA
AP reports on the Anderson Forecast from UCLA that looks into CA's housing slump and shows two distinct markets, one on the rise and the other (single-family housing) falling.
Jun 16, 2011   AP via Bloomberg Business Week
The University of California, Los Angeles has begun operations on a new kind of library -- one that rents bikes out to students.
Oct 28, 2010   KPCC
A profile of Alvaro Huerta, the son of Mexican immigrants who is combining his urban planning studies with social activism.
Oct 20, 2009   UCLA Magazine
As an educator who also enjoys practice, I periodically weigh up where my efforts are best spent. Is it making a difference via educating students in the classroom, and through my research and writing, as they use this knowledge in their work in the distant future? Opinion
Jul 4, 2007   By Ann Forsyth