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The Class of 2023: Dedicated to Their Dreams

May 30, 2023

UC San Diego’s Class of 2023 looks forward to diving into their future. Their passions range from international environmental equity to artificial intelligence and from biosustainability to lasers and optics. Read more about some of our stunning graduates here.

Happy New Year, Tritons: A Message from Chancellor Khosla

January 8, 2024

A message from Chancellor Pradeep K. Khosla

UC San Diego Announces 2022 Undergraduate Library Research Prize Winners

September 1, 2022

…GIS Lab and loanable technology. Overall, the Library helped us successfully conduct our research and build a compelling hypothesis.” Second Place Winners Shiantel Chiang Shiantel Chiang took home second place for her research project, “The Role of Gut Microbial Bile Acid Deconjugation on PCOS,” which involved investigating whether engineered bacteria…

Making the Past Present with Light, Warmth and a High-Tech Gaze

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.

Biodegradable Polymer System Offers New Hope for Treating Rheumatoid Arthritis

April 4, 2023

A team led by engineers at the University of California San Diego has developed a biodegradable polymer system to treat rheumatoid arthritis, an autoimmune and inflammatory disease, by working in concert with the power of the human immune system.

Live, Learn, Play: Vibrant New Neighborhood to Break Ground on Campus

June 7, 2018

…goal is to sustain healthy neighborhoods throughout the San Diego region and grow high-quality schools.” For Arts and Humanities, the division’s new building will mark the first time in the university’s history that all three humanities departments—History, Literature and Philosophy–will be gathered in the same space. “The humanities train all…

Nanosponges Could Intercept Coronavirus Infection

June 17, 2020

Nanoparticles cloaked in human lung cell membranes and human immune cell membranes can attract and neutralize the SARS-CoV-2 virus in cell culture, causing the virus to lose its ability to hijack host cells and reproduce.

Class of 2022 Outstanding Grads

June 7, 2022

…equitable access to mental health resources to researching the intersection between the LGBTQ+ community and video games and investigating how sustainable materials can be made from diverse sources like jackfruit. Together, they dove headfirst into research, community outreach and social justice. Our soon-to-be alumni are ready to walk across the…

The Doctrine of Doctors

February 15, 2018

…more complex, requiring more technological interfaces and teamwork. Learning to become a doctor is harder than ever. “Since 1968, UC San Diego School of Medicine has evolved in innovative ways with its curriculum and training,” said Mandel. “Back then, you mastered a body of knowledge through lectures. Now, medical students…

Students Poised to Tackle Environmental Challenges in ‘Hacking for the Oceans’ Course

June 4, 2020

…the mission of ocean health,” said class instructor Weinstein, senior vice president of strategy at BMNT and a board member of the Common Mission Project. “Our mission at the Common Mission Project is to create an international network of entrepreneurs solving the tough problems. We felt that the oceans was…

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