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Kyoto Prize Symposium to Honor Three Global Visionaries

February 8, 2024

UC San Diego and Point Loma Nazarene University will co-host the 23rd annual Kyoto Prize Symposium on March 13 and 14. The 2023 Kyoto Prize Laureates are Elliott H. Lieb for Basic Sciences, Ryuzo Yanagimachi for Advanced Technology and Nalini Malani for Arts and Philosophy.

Q&A: Robert Brill on Designing the Stage for Alicia Keys’ Musical ‘Hell’s Kitchen’

March 14, 2024

Robert Brill, professor of design and an alumnus of UC San Diego’s Department of Theatre and Dance, shares his experience designing the set of a new Broadway musical by Alicia Keys called ‘Hell’s Kitchen.’

Catch a Glimpse of the April 8 Solar Eclipse a Little Early via Supercomputer Sims

April 5, 2024

The much-anticipated April 8 solar eclipse is quickly approaching and a team of researchers from Predictive Science Inc. has been using the Expanse supercomputer at the San Diego Supercomputer Center (SDSC) at UC San Diego to continuously update simulations of what the eclipse might look like. 

Opening Portals to the Underworld

April 11, 2024

A photographic exhibition opening the evening of Wednesday, April 24 at the Qualcomm Institute captures caves long-considered by the Maya to be entrances to the underworld.

2024 Wagner New Play Festival World Premieres Five Works

April 12, 2024

UC San Diego’s Department of Theatre and Dance graduate student playwrights present five bold stories that will world premiere from Apr. 26 to May 18 at the Wagner New Play Festival.

Foreign-Born Doctors Help Serve Rural and Low-Income Communities

April 25, 2024

Although about 20% of the United States population live in rural areas, only 11% of physicians practice in these locations. New research from the University of California San Diego’s School of Global Policy and Strategy shows that relaxed visa requirements enable more foreign-trained doctors to practice in remote and low-income…

A Showcase to Celebrate Cinematic Ingenuity

May 16, 2024

More than two dozen UC San Diego student, staff and faculty filmmakers have received fellowship funding from the Suraj Israni Center for Cinematic Arts to pursue their unique film ambitions. On May 25, the campus and local community are invited to attend the inaugural Suraj Israni Center Fellowship Forum to…

The Climate Games

May 16, 2024

Now funded with a new state grant, a team at UC San Diego Qualcomm Institute is developing “The Climate Games,” an educational video game set in locations already experiencing the impact of a changing climate.

Detecting Odors on the Edge: Researchers Decipher How Insects Smell More with Less

May 20, 2024

While humans feature a sophisticated sense of smell, insects have a much more basic olfactory system. Yet they depend upon smell to survive. Scientists have figured out how fruit flies use a simple but efficient system to recognize odors, and the answer lies at the edges of their antennae.

Cognitive Science Researcher Establishes UC San Diego’s First Fellowship in the Field

May 28, 2024

Susan Chipman, a pioneer in the field of cognitive science, has pledged a $1 million planned gift to the University of California San Diego’s Department of Cognitive Science. The Susan E.F. Chipman and Robert G. Fitzgerald Graduate Fellowship Fund in Cognitive Science is the first of its kind in the…

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