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UC San Diego Forum Maps the Future of U.S.-China Relations

February 22, 2024

In its fifth year, the UC San Diego Forum on U.S.-China Relations, national security adviser Jake Sullivan shares the Biden Administration’s ‘invest, align, compete’ strategy with government officials, academics and business leaders in Washington, D.C.

Media Artist Lauren Lee McCarthy Confronts the Boundaries of Bio-Surveillance in New Exhibit

January 8, 2024

A solo exhibition of media artist Lauren Lee McCarthy’s work will open at UC San Diego’s Mandeville Art Gallery on March 2—the largest presentation of the internationally acclaimed artist’s work to date in the United States.

What Is It About Yoga?

April 3, 2015

What is it about yoga that makes it such a healthful practice? Is it adding mindfulness to movement that does a body good, or adding movement to mindfulness?

New Fish Species Discovered at Remote Islands Off Mexico’s Pacific Coast

February 28, 2024

A team of scientists including Ben Frable of UC San Diego’s Scripps Institution of Oceanography have discovered a new species of tropical fish during an expedition to the remote islands of the Revillagigedo Archipelago off Mexico’s Pacific coast.

Wise Words: Four Steps to Becoming an Ally

February 10, 2022

…campus community members in organizing and partnering to eliminate systemic racism. Move from awareness to action by developing and deepening capacity to identify, engage and mitigate racism, and share in the responsibility for creating an anti-racist campus. Volunteer to help lead an annual cultural celebration or participate to learn more…

Mexico Moving Forward Symposium to Look at NAFTA ‘20 Years and Beyond’

February 27, 2014

…with Mexican scholars and students.” Many distinguished business leaders will attend the symposium to discuss Mexico’s continuing evolution. Trade and economic relations between Mexico and the U.S. are expected to continue to grow. After NAFTA, U.S. trade with Mexico has tripled, making Mexico the United States’ third largest exporter and…

Bending the Curve

November 5, 2015

…Mario Molina and summit organizer and renowned Scripps climate and atmospheric scientist Veerabhadran Ramanathan. Governor Brown addressed the summit. Summit organizers released the scalable solutions as part of a report called “Bending the Curve,” the title a reference to the rise in global temperatures that has trended steadily upward for…

Power to the Batteries

May 21, 2015

…research centers launched by self-organized teams of faculty at the Jacobs School of Engineering. These bottom-up centers harness the strength of the entire UC San Diego research enterprise. Interdisciplinary groups of researchers organize themselves around emerging topics that are of great interest for faculty, students and industry partners. Under the…

UC San Diego’s Strategic Plans, Part 1

November 15, 2011

…the brightest faculty and students are more challenging in a tough economic environment. But Haymet believes that UC San Diego’s oceanfront location is a formidable competitive advantage. And, with around 50 research institutes almost within walking distance on the Torrey Pines Mesa and 600 biotechnology companies in Greater San Diego,…

Eight UC San Diego Researchers Among ‘1,000 Best Female Scientists in the World’

November 10, 2022

Eight researchers from UC San Diego are listed in the first-ever ranking of the “1,000 Best Female Scientists in the World” by research.com, an analytics platform that advocates for improved research quality and also ranks universities, scholarly journals and academic conferences.

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