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Convocation Keynote Urges Students to See World Through Eyes of Those With Different Point of View

September 26, 2013

…an expert in language, communication and culture, was riding in the back of a tractor, traveling between two small farming villages in the southern part of Turkey. Why was she there? To help a graduate student begin her career in communication by studying a newly formed example of sign language…

Five UC San Diego Scientists Elected AAAS Fellows

April 30, 2024

Five University of California San Diego researchers have been elected 2023 Fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), one of the world’s largest general scientific organizations.

Researchers Receive NSF Grant to Develop New Quantum Technologies for Secure Communication

August 8, 2016

…manufacture microchips that would enable secure and efficient quantum communication. The technology has applications in long-distance fiber optic communication and will help advance research in quantum sensing and computing.

How to Reset a Diseased Cell

May 1, 2015

…cell behaviors by manipulating a key hub in cell communication networks. The manipulation of this communication node, reported in this week’s issue of Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, makes it possible to reprogram large parts of a cell’s signaling network instead of targeting only a single receptor or…

Changing the Future

February 11, 2016

…San Diego Department of Communication alumna 1981, now heads e3 Civic High School. Photos by Erika Johnson/University Communications UC San Diego Division of Social Sciences alumna Helen Griffith had little interest in a career in education when she came to campus as a transfer student. There was no way, she…

UC San Diego Has Record-setting Year with $1.2B in Research Funding

October 18, 2018

…million from the National Science Foundation (NSF). The State of California provided nearly $50 million in funding—a 35 percent increase over last year’s amount of $31.7 million. Nearly $383 million in funding came from industry and private nonprofit organizations. The Moores Cancer Center received an $18 million grant from the…

UC San Diego Researchers Receive $2.6M NSF Grant to Help Train Autistic Adults for Tech Employment

January 8, 2020

Researchers will develop an employment-training program to tap into the talent and potential of autistic adults for technology work.

New NSF Grant Pairs Green Ocean Technology with Needed Earthquake Sensors

October 6, 2011

…million from the National Science Foundation to develop a cutting-edge deep-ocean seismic system. With contributions from Scripps Institution of Oceanography, the Cecil H. and Ida M. Green Foundation for Earth Sciences in La Jolla, Calif., and Liquid Robotics Inc. in Sunnyvale, Calif., and Kamuela, Hawaii, the total project is valued…

New Laser Based on Unusual Physics Phenomenon Could Improve Telecommunications, Computing and More

January 11, 2017

Researchers at the University of California San Diego have demonstrated the world’s first laser based on an unconventional wave physics phenomenon called bound states in the continuum. The technology could revolutionize the development of surface lasers for communications and computing applications, and high-power lasers for industrial and defense applications.

Physicists’ Room-Temperature Research Leads to ‘Exciting’ Possibilities for Science

May 22, 2018

As if taken from a Star Wars or Star Trek movie script, the term “exciton” (pronounced ˈek-sə-tän) comes from condensed matter physics. Excitons are bound states of electrons and electron holes attracted to each other by electrostatic force. They can be created both by light and transformed into light. Electrically…

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