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Creating a New Kind of Climate Warrior

November 3, 2016

…affordability and make clean energy more sustainable in rural areas,” said study corresponding author Nithya Ramanathan, president and co-founder of the Los Angeles company Nexleaf Analytics, which developed the sensors installed in participating households. “It’s a bottom-up approach where we’re saying, let’s get the money to the women who are…

Binational Program Provides Students with Impactful Research Opportunities

August 25, 2022

…of industry partners including Illumina, Insulet, ASML, Hologic, Sempra Energy, Viasat, Solar Turbines, and support from UC San Diego. For more information on ENLACE, including application instructions, visit their website.

Gaining Confidence and College Credits

September 19, 2023

This summer high school students gained access to college-level online courses that built their confidence and academic transcript through the new Discover UC San Diego program. Also, more than 700 incoming first year students took part in the 45th annual Summer Bridge to prepare for fall quarter.

Animal Encounters, Augmented Reality and More to be Featured at San Diego Festival of Science

March 6, 2012

…is made, build a solar-powered car, visit different generations of Cymer light sources and witness simple experiments that relate to Cymer technology. Location: Cymer, 17075 Thornmint Ct, San Diego. Wednesday, March 21, 6-8 p.m. Science Speed Round A series of seven short, sharp, expertly refereed talks by some of San…

UC San Diego Students Demonstrate Smart Camera Trap at New Engineering Competition

May 1, 2012

Forget about building a better mouse trap. University of California, San Diego sophomore Riley Yeakle and his teammates have come up with a better camera trap, and they will be facing off with finalists from around the country when they unveil working prototypes of their visions for embedded systems at…

To the Stars, Tritons

June 16, 2022

…blue oasis in the solar system to cherish and to protect it. Your choices matter: reduce your use of plastics, utilize clean energy, minimize food waste…and most importantly, make our democracy work. Exercise your right to vote and elect people that will propel us forward in the right direction.” Before…

2018 Revelle Medal Recipients Announced

October 11, 2018

…application in materials science, solar energy conversion and environmental chemistry. Before her appointment as UC San Diego’s chancellor, Fox served as chancellor at North Carolina State University, and vice president for Research at the University of Texas at Austin. In October 2010, President Barack Obama awarded Fox the National Medal…

NSF Director Touts Magnitude of UC San Diego Research and Outreach During Visit

July 7, 2022

…university research can do—unleashing energy to power innovation, startup companies and an ecosystem of public-private partnerships all coming together as a region,” NSF Director Sethuraman Panchanathan said. “This is a microcosm of what the nation is in some senses and also what the nation needs to be in all senses.”…

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