October 2, 2014
…of Oceanography, Division of Arts and Humanities, and many other campus areas. Connect with friends and colleagues at the free festival, open to the campus and local community. Hullabaloo: Eat, play, dance 8 p.m. – midnight, Nov. 14, Town Square and Matthews Quad When the sun sets, the glow sticks…
March 31, 2022
…justice and respect for human dignity. César E. Chávez Celebration Events April 6 | Leading for Change: Student Advocacy Across HSIs April 7 | 21st Annual César E. Chávez Celebration Kickoff and Scholarship Awards April 7 | The Vibrant Being: Luis Valdez in Conversation with Dr. Jorge Huerta April 14…
February 8, 2017
Engineers at the University of California San Diego have developed a desktop diagnosis tool that detects the presence of harmful bacteria in a blood sample in a matter of hours instead of days. The breakthrough was made possible by a combination of proprietary chemistry, innovative electrical engineering and high-end imaging…
November 5, 2020
…with Bio Education and Art for Science Innovation, or “BioEASI,” a Division of Biological Sciences and Salk Institute graduate student group that fosters interactions between scientists and the public. BioEASI is designed to increase public interest in science and at the same time enhance early career scientists’ communication skills. As…
February 6, 2018
A new National Geographic Documentary, “Lost Treasures of the Maya Snake Kings,” premieres tonight and features WAVE visualization technology built at the UC San Diego Qualcomm Institute. The program is hosted by QI’s Albert Yu-Min Lin.
August 24, 2015
For the sixth consecutive year, the University of California, San Diego has been ranked the number one university in the nation by Washington Monthly for its contributions to the public good. The magazine released its 2015 College Guide today, an annual issue that takes a different approach to ranking the…
July 13, 2017
Five UC San Diego professors will receive $4MN as part of an international collaboration led by Brown University to develop grain-sized sensors, actuators and networking to be inserted into the cerebral cortex for brain research or repair. DARPA is funding the overall $19MN project announced this week.
August 18, 2022
Applying CRISPR-based technology to a broad agricultural need, scientists have developed a new technology aimed at Drosophila suzukii, the invasive fruit fly responsible for millions of dollars in crop damage. The technology replaces the need for insecticides with precise genetic edits in flies.
October 10, 2023
The Regents of University of California approved UC San Diego Health to purchase Alvarado Hospital Medical Center, a 302-bed acute care hospital in San Diego.
November 21, 2013
…society, the environment and human lives,” said Preuss. This year’s incoming trustees include: From left, Robert C. Dynes, Steve Hart, Sanjay Jha, Mel Katz, Jessie J. Knight Jr., Robert Marren and Bill Scripps. Robert C. Dynes, UC President emeritus and former UC San Diego Chancellor “UC San Diego is the…