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Maverick of Science Finds His Match

February 13, 2014

…Awarded the 2008 National Medal of Science by President Barack Obama, Venter and his team sequenced the first full genome of a free-living organism, the bacterium Haemophilus influenzae, in 1995. He made worldwide headlines again in 2000 when his team tied a rival team in a furious race to be…

Self-Driving Mail Delivery Begins on Campus

November 14, 2019

…living laboratory for new technologies. “We’re trying to understand how we can use vehicles to do “last mile” logistics: that is, when autonomous vehicles get off the freeway and onto crowded streets that they have to share with other vehicles and pedestrians,” said Henrik Christensen, director of the Contextual Robotics…

California Dreaming

April 19, 2018

…students; how countless jobs, technologies and companies can be traced back to UC; and the university giving rise to the birth of the free speech movement. California’s university The University of California was founded on March 23, 1868 on the principle that college should be accessible to all Californians. What…

UC San Diego Receives $7.35 Million in Federal Community Project Funding

March 17, 2022

…environmental issues to developing technology that will enable more and better access to our world-class patient care, our world-renowned teams will be able to continue to work toward discovery of solutions that deliver meaningful impacts for our community.” UC San Diego projects approved for community funding include: Southern California DDT…

Two Billion Reasons to Celebrate

August 19, 2019

…world’s greatest producers of technology, medical innovations and scientific knowledge—launched the Institute for Practical Ethics. Loyal campus donors Joel and Ann Reed provided $1 million to create an endowment for permanent support in the future. Arts and Humanities Dean Cristina Della Coletta noted, “Through the Institute for Practical Ethics, UC…

Celebrating 10 Years of UC San Diego’s Physical, Cultural and Intellectual Transformation

June 9, 2022

…Intellectual Transformation New connections, medical facilities, labs, housing and places to reflect, innovate and celebrate Transformation by the Numbers 103% increase in annual revenues (from $3.4B to $6.9B) 62% increase in research funding (from $1.01B to $1.68B) 365% increase in the endowment (from $555M to $2.58B) 95% increase in first-year…

UC San Diego Staff Named LEED Fellow

November 10, 2022

Walt Kanzler, UC San Diego’s senior director of Project Quality Management, has been selected as a 2022 Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) fellow joining the ranks of fewer than 300 LEED fellows around the world.

Degrees Designed to Make a Difference

October 3, 2019

…of the School of Medicine, the Healthy Aging major and minor will equip students across disciplines to work with the aging population in medicine, research, industry, with families, and within our communities. Both the major and minor are designed to complement a wide variety of other majors and minors, including…

‘A Tornado at the Front Door, a Tsunami at the Back Door’

January 23, 2020

…developed by School of Medicine researchers Stephanie Cherqui, (right) developed a unique stem cell-based therapy for cystinosis over years of research at UC San Diego School of Medicine. For the majority of Jordan Janz’s 20 years of life, most neighbors in his tiny Canadian town never knew he was sick.…

New Online Voting Platform Aims to Give Public Unprecedented Lobbying Power

April 24, 2014

…on various issues. The media company now features a poll on its North County homepage asking registered voters in Escondido whether they support initiatives in their districts. A new poll will be posted each week and the project could eventually be expanded to other cities. According to Sharifian, the platform…

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