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Bryce Alford Wiped His Hands on the Pants of a Female Ref During a UCLA Game in Australia

Bryce Alford scored 16 points in the UCLA Bruins win over the Brisbane Bullets later today in Australia. (Time zone joke!) Late in the game Alford had to wipe his hands so he chose to use the pants of a female referee who seemed to offer her her leg like it was common practice. 43 more words


How I Got into Analytic Theology

I walked onto UCLA in 2006 with a plan. I knew that at the end of my four years studying physiological science I would go to medical school so that one day I could be a medical missionary. 187 more words


A fresh bagel has just arrived...

I am nice * One more corn dog for me please * So do you call your wife everyday? * Come join me only if you bring the foods * Why do you get your own pingpong bat in a zipper? 339 more words


2016 Pac-12 Expert Picks: Overrated, underrated, predicted order of finish

by CBS Sports Staff

The CBS Sports college football staff is laying it all on the line ahead of the season, calling out each of our most overrated and underrated teams, picking a champion, making a bold prediction and predicting the order of finish for the Pac-12. 295 more words


From UCLA: "UCLA-led study sheds new light on the complex genetics of autism"


August 25, 2016
Jim Schnabel

The UCLA-led study uncovered more than a dozen potential new autism spectrum disorder risk genes, one of them linked to delays in language ability. 1,008 more words

Applied Research & Technology

What? No Jumper Cables?

Scientists at UCLA have developed and used an ultrasound technology to stimulate the brain of a man in a coma. The results were astounding. Within 3 days after the treatment the man had improved dramatically, I’ll quote: “Before the procedure began, the man showed only minimal signs of being conscious and of understanding speech for example, he could perform small limited movements when asked. 170 more words

Power Boost

A 25-year-old man has become the first coma patient to regain consciousness without life-threatening surgery.

The man, who has not been identified, had his brain jump-started with new ultrasound technology in an experiment by UCLA. 124 more words