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Active Genetics Technology Opens New Horizons

February 6, 2018

Employing CRISPR/Cas9 advancements, UC San Diego researchers are using new active genetics technology to reveal new fundamental mechanisms that control gene activity. The authors also provide experimental validation for using active genetics as an efficient means for targeted gene insertion, or “transgenesis,” and single-step replacement of genetic control elements.

Celebrating Native American Heritage

October 11, 2011

…explore intersections of culture, science, policy and inequities in American Indian and Alaska Native health. Multipurpose room, Student Center. January to May, Partnership Funding––UC San Diego departments, programs and student organizations may apply for funding for an event or program in partnership with an American Indian group in the San…

Q&A with Angela Fang

April 30, 2012

…it is academically or socially, Preuss has taught me that putting forth the effort and encouraging yourself to do something is completely worth it. What do you want to study, and where do you see yourself in 10 years? Unlike some students my age, I have several ideas about what…

Campus Comes Alive with Innovative Programs During Summer Session

August 23, 2012

…to become culturally and socially aware. “The idea has always been that we would like students to become interested in four-year colleges or universities and potentially beyond in terms of research careers,” said Nieh. ”Our main focus has been to get them to transition, whether they’re in high schools or…

Scripps Grad Students Bring Cutting-edge Science to Local K-12 Classrooms

January 30, 2014

…Grad Students Bring Cutting-edge Science to Local K-12 Classrooms Unique outreach program places Scripps students in diverse classrooms across San Diego County Scripps graduate student and Scripps Classroom Connection fellow Sarah Lerch instructs seventh grade students at Wangenheim Middle School in the Mira Mesa neighborhood of San Diego. Photos by…

Sun God Festival Draws Thousands for Weekend of Music Performances and Carnival Rides

May 7, 2015

…for all students to socialize and get involved in campus life in safe environments where drugs and alcohol were not the primary source of fun. On April 30, students gathered for the Moon God Full Moon 5K, an annual race hosted by UC San Diego Athletics to support student leadership…

Campus Boosts Support for Graduate Student Mental Health

April 14, 2016

…Group, Graduate Women in Science and Engineering Forum and School of Medicine USMLE Peak Performance Group offer opportunities for graduate and professional students to connect, share common struggles and exchange strategies in a supportive environment, facilitated by CAPS clinicians. “Just talking to other students facing the same questions can be…

Educational and Artistic Events Center of UC San Diego’s California Native American Day Celebration

September 29, 2016

…for the advancement of science, he would live out at UC Berkeley where he would be studied by the university and worked with them as a research assistant. He lived in an apartment at UC Berkeley’s campus museum for most of the remaining five years of his life. James Luna…

UC San Diego Alumni Announces 2017 Honorees

February 2, 2017

…to harnessing big data science, creating socially relevant photographic images or crafting award-winning satire, the Alumni Celebration honorees are in a league of their own.” The 2017 Alumni Celebration will mark the 39th year that UC San Diego Alumni has honored outstanding alumni who have brought honor and distinction to…

Colors of the Brain

December 5, 2019

…underrepresented students in STEM (science, technology, engineering and math). “And still,” he said, “I didn’t really feel like the initiatives followed through because I was never connected with a good mentor who looked like me who could provide me with career advice. There was never anyone I could have an…

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