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Technology, Energy and Healthcare Luminaries Paint Picture of Future

October 26, 2011

…San Diego Center for Algae Biotechnology, and Susan Shirk, a professor of International and Pacific Studies and director of the University of California Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation. One of the biggest draws at the event was Williams, who has largely worked out of the spotlight for more than…

Faculty Members Celebrated for Seeing the Classroom and World Differently

April 5, 2018

…the California Center for Algae Biotechnology. “Professor Pomeroy is a leader in chemical education and service through his high-quality teaching; mentoring of undergraduate and graduate students; and university and public engagement,” said Dean of the Division of Physical Sciences Steven Boggs. “He has a vision for educating K-12 students, undergraduates…

Technology-Enhanced Learning: From Campus to the World

June 21, 2013

The academic landscape is changing rapidly, due in no small part to recent advances in technologies to enable, enhance and deliver teaching and learning to a worldwide audience.

Marching for Science

April 13, 2017

…the California Center for Algae Biotechnology in the Division of Biological Sciences; Lynne Talley, a professor of oceanography at Scripps Institution of Oceanography; and Kevin Tenerelli, an incoming M.D./Ph.D. student in the School of Medicine and parent of a child with a neurodevelopmental disorder. “Our first goal is simply to…

What is El Niño?

October 12, 2023

El Niño and La Niña are natural climate phenomena that alter weather patterns around the world. El Niño occurs irregularly but shows up roughly every three to seven years and typically lasts between nine and 12 months with occasional exceptions that linger for multiple years.

Qualcomm Institute Experiments with New Models for Blended and Online Courses

April 16, 2014

In 2013, Qualcomm Institute director Ramesh Rao extended an offer to provide support for development of as many as 10 massive open online courses (MOOCs) – especially those experimenting with different types of online course production and delivery.

The AI Revolution is Upon Us—And UC San Diego Researchers Are Using it to Inform Climate Action

May 2, 2023

Researchers across a range of fields are working together to develop and implement AI-assisted tools and machine learning methods that will enable scientific discoveries at an unprecedented pace. And when it comes to global challenges like climate change, time is of the essence.

UC San Diego Turns 60

November 19, 2020

…in mosquitos; creating biodegradable algae-based flip-flops designed to help eradicate plastic waste; and building a camera network that has become a vital firefighting tool helping first responders confirm and monitor wildfires across California. Students on beach at Scripps Institution of Oceanography. Image courtesy of Special Collections & Archives, UC San…

The Future of AI is Now

November 2, 2023

Artificial intelligence in all its varied forms is rapidly accelerating, transforming our everyday lives and providing a powerful tool for scientific research. But what does it all mean and what does the future hold? Six UC San Diego experts share their insights.

Pharming the Microbiome

January 24, 2023

The gut microbiome plays a critical but poorly understood role in how drugs work or don’t work in the body. It also presents therapeutic possibilities unto itself.

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