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Nanoparticles Made From Plant Viruses Could Be Farmers’ New Ally in Pest Control

September 21, 2023

UC San Diego engineers have devised a new solution to control a major agricultural menace, root-damaging nematodes. Using plant viruses, they created nanoparticles that can deliver pesticides to previously unreachable soil depths. This could potentially minimize environmental toxicity and costs.

UC Riverside Joins UC San Diego, UC Irvine in Multidisciplinary Research Institute Calit2

January 18, 2022

The California Institute for Telecommunications and Information Technology, or Calit2, is expanding to include a third University of California campus. UC Riverside will join founding members UC San Diego and UC Irvine in the multidisciplinary research institute.

Regents approve chancellor terms of appointment

May 16, 2012

The University of California Board of Regents today (May 16) approved the terms of UC President Mark G. Yudof’s appointment of Pradeep K. Khosla as the eighth chancellor of the University of California, San Diego.

UC San Diego Plays Key Role in United Nations Initiative to Improve Human Welfare

December 6, 2018

…a global program that mobilizes scientific and technological expertise to create practical problem-solving for sustainable development through the United Nations (U.N.). Created in 2012, SDSN is charged with implementing both the Paris Climate Agreement and Sustainable Development Goals—bold global objectives U.N. member nations set for themselves to end poverty and…

Extended Studies Showcase 2023 Brings Campus and Community Together for Powerful Partnerships

October 3, 2023

UC San Diego Extended Studies hosted a full day of learning, discovery, and exploration at Showcase 2023 on Thursday, September 21, in celebration of powerful partnerships.

UCSD Alumni Announces 2014 Alumni Honorees

February 6, 2014

…the National Institutes of Health. Emerging Leader: Paloma Young, M.F.A. ’06 Theatre Paloma Young is a costume designer who was recognized for her work in Peter and the Starcatcher at the 66th annual Tony Awards (2012) for Best Costume Design of a Play. She studied costume design at UC San…

Five Ph.D. students named Siebel Scholars

September 27, 2016

Five engineering graduate students from the University of California, San Diego have been named 2017 Siebel Scholars. The Siebel Scholars program recognizes exceptional students at the world’s leading graduate schools of business, computer science, and bioengineering and provides them with a financial award for their final year of studies.

Growing Number of Gates Scholars Shine at UC San Diego

January 23, 2014

…enablers for upward social mobility.” According to Mireya Saldaña, a campus engagement manager with the Gates Millennium Scholars program, UC San Diego has been an excellent partner in supporting its student scholars. “UC San Diego staff, faculty and leadership have been tremendous advocates and allies in the success and persistence…

Educational Needs of ‘Students We Share’ Go Unmet

September 13, 2016

University of California Mexico Initiative symposium examines educational experiences of students who attend school on both sides of the border, seeks solutions to improve learning opportunities

New COVID-19 Webinar Series: How will Coronavirus Change the World?

April 16, 2020

…losses, to an overrun health care system, and increased tensions among nations, the COVID-19 pandemic impacts have seeped into and disrupted every major sector of society. To help understand where we might be headed as a global community, UC San Diego’s School of Global Policy and Strategy (GPS) is sponsoring…

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