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UC San Diego Alumnus Gives $30 Million to UC San Diego

November 30, 2017

…who characterize and modify materials at the nano-scale. One outcome of this particular collaboration is Ocella, a flexible, rechargeable battery startup. Ocella is currently being incubated at the Jacobs School through a new technology accelerator run by the Institute for the Global Entrepreneur. Franklin Antonio Hall will provide much needed…

UC San Diego Composer Shortlisted for Pulitzer Prize in Music

April 21, 2015

Xiaoxiang refers to the region in China’s Hunan Province where the rivers Xiao and Xiang intersect. It is also the title of a concerto for alto saxophone and orchestra composed by UC San Diego music professor and Qualcomm Institute composer in residence Lei Liang. The work was one of three…

Pandemic Brings Together New Friends and Partners at Learning

November 19, 2020

…includes assistance with the Science Club that introduces new science projects each week and the Youth Council where students discuss topics such as personal development and social concerns. Chapman emphasized the value of the tutors’ relationships with the students, noting that “having a PAL tutor share their experiences inspires and…

UC San Diego Leads $50.5M Center for Computing

January 5, 2023

Researchers led by UC San Diego computer scientist Tajana Simunic-Rosing have entered in a $35 million contract from the Semiconductor Research Corporation to make computing orders of magnitude faster and more efficient. A group of 10 universities will band together to create the PRISM center.

Students Use Engineering Know-how to Help People at Home and a World Away

March 6, 2012

…ignite their interest in science, technology, mathematics and engineering. Students work under the guidance of faculty members at the Jacobs School of Engineering. One of Global TIES’ goals is to teach students a different way of thinking, said Mandy Bratton, the program’s director and faculty advisor for the Philippines team.…

Using Science and Humanities to Step Back in Time

February 15, 2018

Using Science and Humanities to Step Back in Time Fieldwork in Italy leads to virtual-reality modeling on campus for a truly interactive experience From left, Eric Lo, structural engineering Ph.D. student Michael Hess and Falko Kuester in the WAVE lab navigating the Turin virtual reality. Photo by Erik Jepsen/UC San…

Five UC San Diego Bioengineers Named 2012 Siebel Scholars

September 19, 2011

Five bioengineering Ph.D. students from the University of California, San Diego whose research is aimed at improving human health are among the 2012 recipients of the annual Siebel Scholars awards.

The Epic Lives of Albert Lin

December 30, 2022

UC San Diego alum Albert Yu-Min Lin has explored the world, made a name for himself on National Geographic television and overcome the major obstacle of a life-changing injury. His latest project promises to make life a little bit easier for those who need it most.

Summer of Science Engages K-12 Students

September 3, 2013

…of a tour arranged for the Elementary Institute of Science (EIS).

SmartCity Hackathon Connects the Data Dots on Behalf of Climate

June 13, 2016

Several UC San Diego students competed last week in the two-day competition, which was designed to transform climate-related data into solutions the City of San Diego can implement in support of its ambitious Climate Action Plan.

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