June 5, 2012
…Roxworthy Emily Roxworthy demonstrates energy and commitment to excellence in teaching. Her focus is on the student, not on herself, which results in innovative engagement that couples humanities with new technologies. This method is most clearly represented in her project Drama in the Delta, which received funding from the National…
October 20, 2014
UC San Diego Sanford Stem Cell Clinical Center is pushing therapeutic stem cell-based science out of the laboratory and closer to real-world medical applications. The unprecedented trials involve potential therapies for spinal cord injuries, Type 1 diabetes and chronic lymphocytic leukemia.
November 3, 2022
The Epstein Family Amphitheater at UC San Diego recently hosted two weeks of debut events, offering thousands of campus and community members a first look at the region’s newest arts and cultural destination.
February 20, 2018
WIFIRE, HPWREN, AlertTahoe Projects Win 2018 Innovations in Networking Awards
September 15, 2022
…host events ranging from high-energy rock concerts to theatrical dance performances. The space also serves as a valuable new state-of-the-art venue for the university’s diverse array of arts and culture programming, including works from ArtPower and the School of Arts and Humanities. Here are a few of the events planned…
October 10, 2019
…scientist in the High Energy Astrophysics Group at CASS, said one of Burbidge’s main contributions—other than being one of the first great woman observational astronomers—“was going after distant galaxies and other galaxies trying to understand what was going on there.” Stardust, it’s elemental Dubbed by some as “Lady Stardust” for…
April 30, 2020
…personality and life. “My energy level is up. I’m much more organized. This program has given me the tools and structure I needed to work hard at this challenge. It’s very rewarding to be successful and have it acknowledged by someone outside of yourself. It’s very satisfying, and I want…
February 24, 2015
Late last year, two University of California, San Diego students set out for Florence, Italy, to diagnose a patient that had no prior medical record, couldn’t be poked or prodded in any way, and hadn’t been in prime condition for more than 800 years.
July 18, 2014
The Qualcomm Institute at the University of California, San Diego has given the green light to 35 new projects that are part of the institute’s Calit2 Strategic Research Opportunities (CSRO) program. Each one-year seed grant is worth up to $50,000 in support for researchers in areas of critical interest to…
May 2, 2023
A team of engineers at the University of California San Diego, has developed a stretchable ultrasonic array that facilitates serial, non-invasive, three-dimensional imaging of tissues as deep as four centimeters below the surface of human skin, at a spatial resolution of 0.5 millimeters.