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Q&A with Vice Chancellor Gary Matthews on Plans for a Safe Campus and Flexible Workforce

June 3, 2021

…be guided by the science, data and modeling that made the Return to Learn program a success. This phased return also provides an opportunity to reimagine how we could work going forward. In the spirit of continuous improvement, vice chancellors are thoughtfully considering how to best support the university’s mission,…

New Sensor Grids Record Human Brain Signals in Record-Breaking Resolution

January 19, 2022

A new array of sensors can record electrical signals directly from the surface of the human brain in record-breaking detail: 100 times higher resolution than today’s clinical tools. This could improve neurosurgeons’ ability to remove brain tumors safely and surgically treat drug-resistant epilepsy.

UC San Diego Celebrates Franklin Antonio Hall Groundbreaking

November 21, 2019

…for engineers and computer science students. “And then, how do you take the materials learned in the university and apply it in a very helpful way?” Collaborations across disciplines and industry In addition to working across academic disciplines, the research teams in Franklin Antonio Hall will engage with industry partners…

NSF Director Touts Magnitude of UC San Diego Research and Outreach During Visit

July 7, 2022

…atmospheric chemistry with National Science Foundation Director Sethuraman Panchanathan during a tour of the Maker Space in Scripps Institution of Oceanography’s Hydraulics Laboratory. Photos by Erik Jepsen/University Communications. NSF Director Touts Magnitude of UC San Diego Research and Outreach During Visit UC San Diego research initiatives, including nanoengineering, earthquake safety…

Jet-Set and Learn: Summer Travels Transform Student Perspectives

September 28, 2023

This summer, the world became a classroom for hundreds of Tritons who ventured out of their comfort zones, immersed themselves in unfamiliar cultures, met new people and opened their minds to new ideas and fresh possibilities for the future.

UC San Diego’s Center of Excellence Receives $12.5 Million from DOE

June 22, 2023

The Center for Matter Under Extreme Conditions received $12.5 million in funding from the U.S. Department of Energy to maintain one of nine national centers for excellence at UC San Diego.

Engineers Conduct Seismic Tests of Five-Story Building Equipped with Nonstructural Components

April 12, 2012

What happens when you put a fully equipped five-story building, which includes an intensive care unit, a surgery suite, piping and air conditioning, fire barriers and even a working elevator, through a series of high-intensity earthquakes?

Team of UC San Diego Entrepreneurs Pushes Biomedicine Forward with Virtual Reality

March 14, 2023

If you were looking for a poster child for the strength of UC San Diego’s entrepreneurial ecosystem, the company Nanome would be a strong contender.

Founders’ Symposium to Spotlight Innovative Work of Six Faculty, Graduate Students

October 31, 2013

…Arts, Humanities, or Social Sciences, and one from the Sciences. As part of Founders’ Celebration activities, each recipient present a lecture on a topic of his or her choice and is honored by the faculty with a reception prior to the lecture, and receives a $1,500 honorarium. The celebration of…

A Time for Change Now: Dr. Bernice A. King’s Message of Love at UC San Diego’s Helen Edison Lecture Series

May 28, 2024

On the evening of Friday, May 17, 400 guests from UC San Diego and the local community gathered at the Jeannie Auditorium on the UC San Diego campus to hear Dr. Bernice A. King ponder society’s yearning for change as she reflected on the legacy of her parents, Martin Luther…

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