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Talk of a “Twindemic”

September 17, 2020

…the behaviors of their human hosts and the vectors that transmit them to environmental conditions and their own adaptations. “Coronaviruses have a genome almost three times as big as influenza A viruses so that gives them a larger and more complex bag of tricks to manipulate their hosts and evade…

November Brings a Joyful Celebration of Native Tradition and Culture

November 8, 2022

This November UC San Diego recognizes the rich and diverse cultures, traditions and stories of Native American tribes and communities with educational and community-building events.

UC San Diego Leads $50.5M Center for Computing

January 5, 2023

Researchers led by UC San Diego computer scientist Tajana Simunic-Rosing have entered in a $35 million contract from the Semiconductor Research Corporation to make computing orders of magnitude faster and more efficient. A group of 10 universities will band together to create the PRISM center.

UC San Diego Entrepreneurs Pitch Their Technologies in $300,000 primeUC Competition

January 7, 2016

…Diego. Dermala utilizes the human microbiome to develop treatments for chronic skin diseases that are associated with defects—dysbiosis—in the skin microbiome. Dermala has built a proprietary platform that enables discovery of beneficial strains in the skin microbiome, antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory microbial metabolites, and prebiotic compounds that can correct the dysbiosis,…

Ready for Liftoff

April 15, 2021

…such as medical technology, human health and materials to benefit life on Earth, before returning in the fall of 2021. The crew for NASA’s SpaceX Crew-2 mission are pictured during a training session at the SpaceX training facility in Hawthorne, California earlier this year. From left are, Mission Specialist Thomas…

The Acute Problem of Chronic Disease

May 10, 2023

UC San Diego physician-scientist explains why all chronic diseases are linked by the underlying failure of cells and the body to heal completely.

Health Care Heroes: UC San Diego Nurses Pour Hearts into Caring for Patients with COVID-19

May 7, 2020

…upon science and the art of caring. And today, it’s come to its finest art. Every day, nurses are making history by showing up and providing exceptional clinical care for our most vulnerable.” Nursing is much more complex than what is taught in school, said Lichtwardt. Nurses undergo training in…

The Campaign for UC San Diego

August 19, 2019

…the Western United States. Arts and Humanities: Institute for Practical Ethics Designer babies, driverless cars and modified mosquitoes may be boundary-breaking, but moral quandaries these advances create can raise controversy. To help close the gap between the pace of innovation and society’s ability to deal with these advances responsibly, the…

Nation’s First Civility Research Center at UC San Diego to Address Juvenile Justice Reform

May 20, 2021

…create a more just, humane future for America.” UC San Diego Chancellor Pradeep K. Khosla. Photo by Erik Jepsen/UC San Diego Communications. Restorative practices and reform Rising hate and intolerance, racial injustice, the abuse giving rise to the #MeToo movement, mass incarceration, widespread intolerance and cyberbullying are just a few…

Holocaust Living History Workshop to Present “Witnessing History” Events During Winter 2012

January 11, 2012

The UC San Diego Holocaust Living History Workshop (HLHW) launches a new series of events this winter, the “Witnessing History” series, focused on the topic of experiencing history in the making. HLWH, sponsored by the UC San Diego Libraries and the Judaic Studies Program, will host four “Witnessing History” events…

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