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Binational Program Provides Students with Impactful Research Opportunities

August 25, 2022

…of industry partners including Illumina, Insulet, ASML, Hologic, Sempra Energy, Viasat, Solar Turbines, and support from UC San Diego. For more information on ENLACE, including application instructions, visit their website.

10 Spaces to Find Serenity on Campus

May 30, 2023

When you find yourself in need of some peace, consider taking the time to pause and reset at one of these soul-filling spots.

Q&A with Garry MacPherson

November 14, 2011

…examples where conservation of energy is front and center. We’ve saved hundreds of thousands of dollars and reduced our carbon footprint by consolidating our hazardous waste pick-ups and reducing our shipping costs. We’ve also made great efforts to move to a paperless office. More exciting are the opportunities that we…

Planet Hunter

October 26, 2017

…investigations in both dark energy research and exoplanet detection. An unconventional undergraduate experience As a high school student, Quintana didn’t know what she wanted to do in life. She recalls uneven success in class, sometimes earning top grades but often rebellious. It was at Grossmont College that she first got…

New Research Shows Wildlife & Marine Environment Benefit when Island-Ocean Connections Are Restored

December 5, 2022

A new perspective published today recognizes the critical link between island and marine ecosystems and identifies island and near-shore marine environmental characteristics that promote strong linkages in these ecosystems around the world.

UC San Diego Astrophysicists Contribute to Major Planet Discovery

February 23, 2017

…them exposed to high energy radiation and particles from the star during magnetic storms,” explained Burgasser. “So it is important to understand the properties of the star and the planets to determine their habitability.” Despite those seemingly strange planetary features (at least to earthlings), the discovery of TRAPPIST-1 has now…

Amgen Scholars Program Supports Young Scientists at UC San Diego

February 22, 2012

…Cubic Corporation, Qualcomm, Sempra Energy and Cymer that funded 50th Anniversary events and continue to support the campus in a variety of areas. To recognize the important role that UC San Diego’s corporate partners play, York encourages campus community members to take time on February 27, International Corporate Philanthropy Day,…

Colors of the Brain

December 5, 2019

…there’s a lot of energy and enthusiasm around supporting minorities in STEM, but lots of those resources are targeting people who already have one foot in the door,” said Patino. “We’re trying to open the door and show that everyone is welcome, and you don’t need to have already been…

Simple Math Sheds New Light on a Long-Studied Biological Process

August 7, 2013

One of the most basic and intensively studied processes in biology—one which has been detailed in biology textbooks for decades—has gained a new level of understanding, thanks to the application of simple math to a problem that scientists never before thought could benefit from mathematics.

John Wooley: In Memoriam

May 5, 2015

Dr. John Wooley, the long-time associate vice chancellor for research and professor of pharmacology at the University of California, San Diego, passed away in April after a long battle with cancer.

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