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Research Expo Offers Exclusive Peek at Tomorrow’s Game-changing Technologies

March 12, 2012

New green methods for making hydrogen fuels. Microrockets that can circulate in the human body without external fuel. Improved seismic safety in hospitals and other structures. New approaches to help utilities integrate solar power into the energy grid.

Pair of Discoveries Illuminate New Paths to Flu and Anthrax Treatments

October 17, 2017

Two recent studies led by UC San Diego biologists have set the research groundwork for new avenues to treat influenza and anthrax poisoning. Published in PLOS Pathogens, the studies from Professor Ethan Bier’s laboratory used a series of experiments to identify key pathways and mechanisms previously unknown or overlooked in…

Getting Therapeutic Sound Waves Through Thick Skulls

August 2, 2017

Ultrasound brain surgery has enormous potential for the treatment of neurological diseases and cancers, but getting therapeutic sound waves through the skull and into the brain is no easy task. To address this problem, an international team of researchers has developed a window-like cranial implant through which doctors can deliver…

Next Generation Precision Oncology Symposium Celebrates Survivors, Current and Future

February 15, 2019

The Next Generation Precision Oncology Symposium, a novel meeting of industry and academic leaders in cancer science and medicine, will be held February 21, 2019 at UC San Diego Moores Cancer Center.

Five UC San Diego Bioengineers Named 2012 Siebel Scholars

September 19, 2011

Five bioengineering Ph.D. students from the University of California, San Diego whose research is aimed at improving human health are among the 2012 recipients of the annual Siebel Scholars awards.

Shape-shifting Nanoparticles Flip from Sphere to Net in Response to Tumor Signal

May 28, 2013

Scientists at the University of California, San Diego, have designed tiny spherical particles to float easily through the bloodstream after injection, then assemble into a durable scaffold within diseased tissue.

Patient First in Region to Receive New Treatment for Advanced Prostate Cancer

October 5, 2022

UC San Diego Health is the first hospital system in the region to offer a novel treatment option for patients with prostate cancer that has spread throughout the body and has not responded to other therapeutics.

Sac to the Future: Cellular Vessels Predict Likelihood of Developing Dementia

July 5, 2016

Researchers at University of California San Diego School of Medicine say tiny micro-vesicle structures used by neurons and other cells to transport materials internally or dispose of them externally carry tell-tale proteins that may help to predict the likelihood of mild cognitive impairment (MCI) developing into full-blown Alzheimer’s disease (AD).

2 UC San Diego Scientists Receive Prestigious New Innovator Awards from NIH

September 20, 2011

Two scientists at the University of California, San Diego have been awarded New Innovator Awards from the National Institutes of Health for research projects “that challenge the status quo with innovative ideas that have the potential to propel fields forward and speed the translation of research into improved health for…

An HIV Prevention Pill for Transgender Persons

April 26, 2016

The California HIV/AIDS Research Program (CHRP) of University of California has awarded grants totaling $9.4 million to three teams of investigators to provide and evaluate PrEP – the HIV prevention pill – among transgender persons at risk for HIV acquisition in California.

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