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What Makes a Good Egg?

February 5, 2018

In approximately 15 percent of cases where couples are unable to conceive, the underlying cause of infertility is not known. Researchers at University of California San Diego School of Medicine and in the Division of Biological Sciences at UC San Diego have identified a protein in mice that must be…

Triton Rocket Club in Furious Race to Make Campus First University to Launch Rocket into Space

December 4, 2014

…year, he will be machining parts out of aluminum, graphite and plastic. “My job is to make this work,” he said. “I’m very nervous and very stressed. There are a lot of emotions.” Another team, led by aerospace students Narek Geghamyan and Aditya Zadgaonkar, is making sure that all the…

Industry, Faculty Find New Opportunities in Qualcomm Institute Innovation Space

May 14, 2015

Representatives from the first seven companies admitted into the Qualcomm Institute Innovation Space wowed the campus community at a press briefing and networking reception to mark the official opening of the new 6,000-square-foot facility inside Atkinson Hall on the UC San Diego campus. The event took place May 7.

Ambitious Project to Understand Cellular Evolution Underway

October 6, 2020

Project focuses on lipids (fat molecules) as the starting point to understand the evolution of eukaryotic cells, carrying implications for human health and disease

A Deep Look into the Biology and Evolution of COVID-19

April 9, 2020

…and facets scientists have learned about the virus’ genome. Coronaviruses, as Troemel noted, feature RNA-based genomes, unlike most of life on the planet, which feature DNA genomes. RNA genomes in coronaviruses are positive-sense, which are similar to the cell’s own messenger RNA and allows these viruses to immediately hijack the…

Novel Phage Therapy Saves Patient with Multidrug-Resistant Bacterial Infection

April 25, 2017

Scientists and physicians at University of California San Diego School of Medicine, working with colleagues at the U.S. Navy Medical Research Center – Biological Defense Research Directorate (NMRC-BDRD), Texas A&M University, a San Diego-based biotech and elsewhere, have successfully used an experimental therapy involving bacteriophages — viruses that target and…

Leading the Way to Health Equity

December 6, 2022

Researchers from a broad range of fields at the University of California San Diego are making waves as they push the boundaries of science and medicine to develop groundbreaking, real-world solutions to longstanding health inequities.

Mapping the Mind

April 4, 2013

…translates into cognition.” To Learn More: Video of the President’s announcement White House fact sheet on the BRAIN initiative White House infographic Kavli Foundation on BRAIN Salk Institute on Sejnowski and BRAIN In addition to research funding support from three federal agencies—the National Institutes of Health, the Defense Advanced Research…

Enhancing Immune Defenses: Researchers Unveil the Secrets of Specialized T Cells to Conquer Tumors

August 30, 2023

Immunologists have uncovered new approaches to enhance protection from tumors and infections. They have revealed new insights into the metabolism of specialized cells of the immune system known as tissue-resident CD8 T cells and how they could be enhanced as immune defense weapons against tumors.

Kit Pogliano: Q & A with New Dean of Biological Sciences

May 2, 2019

…undergraduates have ample experiential learning opportunities and the opportunity to do bona fide research, both in the classroom and in a research lab. We’re also integrating ethical considerations into our research effort, via the partnership between the Tata Institute for Genetics and Society and the Institute for Practical Ethics, in…

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