UCLA

AcronymDefinition
UCLAUniversity of California at Los Angeles
UCLAUniversidad Centroccidental Lisandro Alvarado (Spanish: Lisandro Alvarado Centroccidental University; est. 1962)
UCLAUniversity Center for Learning Assistance (Illinois State University)
UCLAUpper Corner of Lower Alabama (Internet slang)
UCLAUniversal Clearance Limited Abutment
UCLAUniversity of Carrollton, TX and Lower Addison, TX (nickname for Brookhaven Community College, Dallas, TX)
UCLAUniversity of California Consortium for Language Learning & Teaching (Davis, CA)
UCLAUnilaterally Controlled Latin Assets (US CIA)
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The class action lawsuit is the latest lawsuit to be filed against Heaps and UCLA, though others have been pursued through state court.
James Heaps , an obstetrician-gynecologist who had been working at UCLA part-time since 1983.
Nutopia, the first blockchain-powered entertainment financing platform, has announced it has collaborated with UCLA's accelerator program in preparation for its May 22, 2019 launch, the company said.
Research for this programme received financial support through the Therapy Acceleration Program of The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, Inc., and an LLS research grant to UCLA.
(Trillium), the leader in vehicle cybersecurity and secure data services, unveiled its new PassGO Hacking Challenge on UCLA's campus as part of the company's Hack Across America campaign.
UCLA Health consists of a main laboratory and ten offsite sections, which combined perform eight million lab tests annually.
[U.S.A.], Nov 14 ( ANI ): The UCLA shoplifting case in China, in which basketball player LiAngelo Ball and two others were arrested for allegedly stealing sunglasses from Louis Vuitton, has now drawn the White House's attention.
'They made their decision,' said Middlebrooks of UCLA. 'He'll be wearing another uniform.'
UCLA took advantage of Oregon starter Matt Krook's control problems to score four runs in the first inning.
The drug's development was based on discoveries by UCLA researchers.
The FBI is investigating the attack, and UCLA also hired private computer forensic specialists to secure information on network servers.