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Faculty and Staff Step Up to Support UC San Diego

February 15, 2018

…most pressing challenges—ranging from climate change to social justice issues—or to deliver exceptional health care to patients in our region and beyond. Yet, their impact doesn’t end there. Many of our faculty and staff are taking their dedication one step further by donating to campus areas that enhance the student…

New NSF Center of Excellence in Cyberinfrastructure Announced

September 16, 2022

Since 2016, the Science Gateways Community Institute has brought together software developers to improve access to essential resources and services with a “community center” approach.

UC San Diego Welcomes Author George R.R. Martin in Support of Clarion Workshop

April 17, 2017

George R. R. Martin, author of the series “A Song of Ice and Fire,” adapted on HBO as “Game of Thrones,” will visit the University of California San Diego May 1 and 2 to help raise funds for the Clarion Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers’ Workshop. Martin is a former…

UC San Diego, UMD Researchers to Build ‘WIFIRE’ Cyberinfrastructure

September 26, 2013

Three research organizations at the University of California, San Diego, have been awarded a multi-year National Science Foundation (NSF) grant to build an end-to-end cyberinfrastructure to perform real-time data-driven assessment, simulation, prediction, and visualization of wildfire behavior.

Discovering the Magic Number of Earth Ice Molecules

November 18, 2019

An international team of researchers, including scientists from UC San Diego, identified the number of molecules it takes to turn water into ice, solving a decades-old chemistry mystery.

UC San Diego Forging a Sustainable Future with Renewable Products

August 6, 2020

…we have to do. Changing people’s habits is actually harder than doing the research and development.” Meet the Center for Renewable Materials In recent years, UC San Diego has been home to noteworthy proof-of-concept prototype products that demonstrate the possibilities of tangible products made for a sustainable future. Look around…

More than 8,000 Graduates to Participate in UC San Diego’s 2015 Commencement Series

June 4, 2015

Some 8,364 graduating students of the University of California, San Diego will gather to hear commencement speeches from dynamic speakers such as alumnus J. Craig Venter, a biochemist, geneticist and entrepreneur; Frank Bruni, New York Times op-ed columnist; alumnus Dan Santat, author and illustrator; and Christina Figueres, United Nations Executive…

Evenings of Nonconventional Wisdom Series to Showcase Expertise of Campus Community

February 11, 2021

…thought-provoking topics ranging from climate change to the COVID-19 vaccine. Since its founding in 1960, UC San Diego’s forward-thinking vision has helped cultivate a history of being among the most innovative, pioneering universities in the world. Today, it is this same forward-thinking vision that empowers its outstanding faculty, students, staff…

UC San Diego’s Big Ideas for 2016 — and Beyond

January 7, 2016

…can do. That keeps changing,” says Callender. “UC San Diego is no stranger to work closing the science-ethics gap. It’s in our DNA. From Roger Revelle, one of our founders, who discovered climate change and tried to do something about it; to our first chancellor, Herb York, who helped develop…

Pioneering Data Science for a Data-Driven Future

July 18, 2023

UC San Diego’s Halıcıoğlu Data Science Institute Director Rajesh Gupta says the emerging field of data science enables us to “see” things that have never before been visible and make connections never before possible.

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