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Frontiers of Innovation Scholars Program Launches 200 Student-Research Projects

March 12, 2015

…at the School of Medicine’s Antiviral Research Center. “Through this interdisciplinary project, I am learning how to participate in research where human subjects are involved,” says Thangarajan, “as well as medical practices related to HIV. The Frontiers of Innovation funding will allow me to spend more time on research, which…

Two Artists Are Better Than One?

December 6, 2011

…a range of different mediums and asked them each to identify a faculty member who inspires them and is working with similar techniques or concepts. Faculty members were paired with MFA candidates based on the students’ responses and Deery’s conversations with the selected students. The result: emerging artists Ela Boyd,…

Campus Transformation Continues with a Multidisciplinary Research Space and Proposal for a New Campus District

July 23, 2024

Key projects that exemplify our focus on becoming a destination public university that is student-centered, research-driven, patient-dedicated and service-oriented were discussed by the University of California Board of Regents during their July meeting.

Bioengineering Pioneer Y.C. Bert Fung Turns 100

October 3, 2019

…Fung received a National Medal of Science in 2000, the first bioengineer to earn the distinction. He also was the fourth individual in history elected into all three branches of the National Academies. But of all the accolades he received, Fung’s favorite was the Founders Award he received from the…

Celebrating the successes of UC San Diego’s most dynamic grads

June 14, 2018

…a wide range of technical disciplines,” said Morris. His other passion is sailing, and the San Diego native has participated in races all over the world. In 2015, Morris started suffering from severe headaches and began struggling, including with difficulty retaining information in class. With severe audio and photo sensitivity,…

UC San Diego in the Hall of the Lost Da Vinci

March 6, 2012

…had just driven the Medici family from power. “In 1503, the hall was allotted to him by Piero Soderini, the Gonfaloniere of Justice.” Da Vinci notes rather ominously in his own journal that he began to paint on June 6, 1505, just as a storm broke over the city and…

Hacking a Revolution in Biology

November 10, 2016

…make future progress in medicine, genetics and the life sciences. “In quantitative biology, we’re applying the quantitative approaches that physicists and chemists have successfully used to discover order in the physical world, to unravel the complexity of the biological world,” explained Terry Hwa, a UC San Diego professor of physics…

Groundbreaking Cinematographer Bradford Young Talks Race, Visual Impact of Film

May 3, 2018

…and the artistic and technical decisions of camera operation. Also known as the director of photography, the cinematographer is the lead over camera and lighting crews, and the visual impact of a film is driven by this position. Working on long and short films, documentaries and music videos, Young is…

UC San Diego Annual Report 2013 Now Available Online

March 14, 2013

…Excellence, the Advanced Energy Technology Initiative, the Design Initiative and the focus on Quantitative Biology. The storytelling section of the annual report includes “Salute to Sacrifice,” which explains how alumni and other donors are bridging the financial gap for post-9/11 veterans pursuing an undergraduate degree. You can also read about…

Science and Engineering Fans Take Over PETCO Park

March 27, 2012

…this process in regenerative medicine to heal and repair the body. “The festival is a wonderful opportunity to share with young students that a career in science and engineering is a viable option for them,” said Carolyn Schutt, bioengineering graduate student and one of the organizers of the Home Run…

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