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Graduate Students Honored for Inclusive Mentorship

February 17, 2022

…single-cell cancer biology and artificial intelligence technology. His research focuses on using quantitative cell imaging techniques to identify metastasis—the leading cause of cancer-related deaths—early in the process. A Ph.D. student in biology, Nevarez has also been named a Howard Hughes Medical Institute Gilliam Fellow, a National Academy of Sciences Ford…

Two Billion Reasons to Celebrate

August 19, 2019

…areas of data science, artificial intelligence and machine learning. They can meet to exchange ideas that create new research projects, new courses, and new applications that advance our understanding of the physical world, improve health care and make a better society for all of us,” said Gupta, who is also…

Happy New Year, Tritons: A Message from Chancellor Khosla

January 8, 2024

A message from Chancellor Pradeep K. Khosla

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.

Learning Center at UC San Diego Wins $18-Million Renewal

November 1, 2011

How do humans learn, and how is the element of time critical for learning? The Temporal Dynamics of Learning Center (TDLC), headquartered at UC San Diego in the Institute for Neural Computation, is helping to answer that question, thanks in part to an $18 million renewal grant from the National…

A Year in Review: A Look Back as We Move Ahead

December 9, 2021

…investment into a new artificial intelligence research institute headquartered at UC San Diego is expected to lead to advances that will greatly impact society. These include faster computer chip design, wireless networks with greater energy efficiency and self-driving cars that interact better with pedestrians and with one another. The Joe…

Charting Shots

October 7, 2021

…cell therapy (1970s) and artificial intelligence (21st century). Vaccines often make these lists—they are both old and new—but they are also overlooked because their power is primarily in prevention, and a disease dodged is harder to count, though the World Health Organization estimates 2.5 million deaths are prevented each year…

A Look Back at 2022

December 15, 2022

As we look forward to the upcoming new year, UC San Diego Today invites readers to take a look back at some milestones from 2022.

UC San Diego’s Arthur C. Clarke Center for Human Imagination Lifts Off with Public Events

May 9, 2013

…the future—including HAL, the artificially intelligent computer—that continue to provide insight into the human condition. But in 1968 even Clarke couldn’t have envisioned that a top-ranked U.S. research university would continue his legacy by focusing on his greatest gift: imagination. That reality will be celebrated this month with a series…

Engineers Sweep Entrepreneur Challenge Startup Stage at Ignite

March 15, 2018

…SatBuilder, which is an artificially intelligent software solution which allows engineers to input their mission requirements—where are they sending their satellite, how much power does it need,” Charrier said. “We’ll tell them all the components that meet their [specifications]. Our mission is to drive down the cost of going to…

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