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At Qualcomm Institute, MACHINAL Is First Tech-Infused Performance of 2017

January 9, 2017

On January 12, graduate students from UC San Diego will stage MACHINAL, a live performance and interaction with live audience to explore how technology and machines have changed the landscape of human interactions..

Author and Humorist Gary Shteyngart to Visit UC San Diego

April 18, 2014

…Lerer, dean of the UC San Diego Division of Arts and Humanities, for a conversation about Shteyngart’s life and work, followed by a book signing of his latest book, “Little Failure: A Memoir.”

Artificial Intelligence Aids Gene Activation Discovery

September 9, 2020

With the aid of artificial intelligence, UC San Diego scientists have solved a long-standing puzzle in human gene activation. The discovery described in the journal Nature could be used to control gene activation in biotechnology and biomedical applications.

New Partnership Explores Future Treatments Using Breast Milk and Microbiome

April 29, 2019

Two renowned research centers at University of California San Diego are joining forces to take a deeper look at how components of human milk and the microbiome can change the course of therapeutics for infant and adult diseases.

UC San Diego Helps to ‘Create, Refine, Amplify’ at Banff Centre for Arts & Creativity

June 29, 2017

…Canada’s Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity where Steven Schick looms large. The distinguished professor of music, Reed Family Presidential Chair holder, and music director and conductor of La Jolla Symphony and Chorus is serving as co-artistic director of Banff Centre’s 2017 Summer Classical Music Series. In the role, Schick,…

The Unlimited Possibility of Human Imagination

September 26, 2022

The Arthur C. Clarke Center for Human Imagination at UC San Diego brings together scientists, artists and engineers to better understand, enhance and encourage imagination.

UC San Diego Visual Arts Partners with Museum of Contemporary Art to Host International Artists

November 5, 2015

UC San Diego Visual Arts Partners with Museum of Contemporary Art to Host International Artists For more than two decades the UC San Diego Department of Visual Arts and the Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego (MCASD) have joined forces as leaders in local contemporary art to present the Russell…

Mellon Foundation Supports New Software Tools for Humanities Researchers

May 10, 2012

…changed the landscape of humanities research. Innovations continue to make it cheaper and easier to digitize and analyze ever larger volumes of data. But most e-humanities tools focus on manuscripts and other textual records. Now researchers at the University of California, San Diego are working to enable widespread exploration of…

Colleen Kollar Smith to Lead UC San Diego’s New Campus Performance and Events Office

July 25, 2022

UC San Diego has named Colleen Kollar Smith as the inaugural Executive Director of the newly created Campus Performance and Events Office, led by the Division of Student Affairs.

New Exhibit at the Qualcomm Institute’s gallery@calit2 Explores Boundaries Between Objects and Being

October 2, 2019

A new art exhibition at the Qualcomm Institute’s gallery@calit2 by visual artist Terike Haapoja explores the shadowy middle ground between objects and beings, or personhood and “thingness.”

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