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Class Acts: 2020 Grads Step into the Spotlight

June 4, 2020

…her love of the arts. Decades later, after having three kids and a moving to a different country, she found that her passion for theatre was almost extinct, like a candle about to be snuffed out. In order to rescue that tiny flame still deep inside her, Ochoa enrolled in…

UC San Diego Forging a Sustainable Future with Renewable Products

August 6, 2020

…the Department of Visual Arts. Together, their efforts counter the engineers and scientists who worked during the 1950s and ’60s to purposefully remove biodegradable aspects of the new plastics for maximum durability. Researchers in the new Center for Renewable Materials have developed consumer-ready flip-flops that can biodegrade in soil and…

A Fleet for All

May 30, 2013

…stewardship of its newest, state-of-the-art vessel.” Scripps was four years old when it acquired its first research vessel, Alexander Agassiz, in 1907. It is believed to be the first ship in the United States built by a private company for the specific purpose of oceanographic research. The “fleet” for many…

A New Phase

January 31, 2023

The evolution of clinical trials is accelerating, driven by emerging technologies, social imperatives and the next public health crisis.

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

January 7, 2016

…the world-renowned experts and state-of-the-art scientific expertise at UC San Diego, including the recently formed Center for Microbiome Innovation, Dermatology Clinical Trials Unit, Department of Dermatology, as well as expert business advisors at the Rady School of Management, and mentors associated with StartR and mystartupXX accelerators. Dermala is located in…

Ready for Liftoff

April 15, 2021

…ambitious moon exploration program, Artemis. Rubins is currently wrapping up her second mission at the Space Station, while Meir—who completed her first space mission in 2020—will be working ground control for the Crew-2 launch. Hodgkiss said he is incredibly happy that McArthur has been able to achieve her goal of…

Charting the Pacific Century

November 1, 2018

…a series of reports, articles, books and public pieces that demonstrate that moving from off-cycle local elections that are not held concurrently with statewide or national contests to on-cycle doubles or triples turnout. The impact of this work has led the City of Los Angeles to move to on-cycle elections.…

New Vice Chancellor for Marine Sciences Creates Vision for Scripps Institution of Oceanography

October 24, 2013

…faculty—in engineering, business, the arts, social sciences, information technology, biology, and every other form of science—to call on to assist us in addressing those big challenges. How will the major environmental challenges facing the planet be met? Being able to engineer new equipment, new technology, new concepts, and new ways…

Trailblazing Astronomer Margaret Burbidge Turns 100 Years Old

October 10, 2019

…fashion, a 1964 newspaper article about Burbidge described her as “petite,” working in a “lightweight blouse, sweater and skirt,” and as wearing “hundreds of clothes” to work. “One of the things that most struck me about her was how determined she had to be about doing astronomy, in the face…

UC San Diego Celebrates 20th Annual Black History Month

February 3, 2022

…Brittany Birberick Feb. 23: ArtPower Presents Makaya McCraven Feb. 24: Afro-Caribbean Dance and Drumming Workshop with Gene Perry Feb. 25: 20th Anniversary Black History Month Celebration & Scholarship Awards: This virtual celebration will feature a keynote talk by School of Medicine alumnus Rodney Hood, MD, musical entertainment and recognition of…

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