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Clearing the Course for Glycans in Development of Flu Drugs

November 19, 2020

…to a number of technological constraints, which are beginning to be lifted,” explained Seitz, first author of the study. “Because of this recent ‘emergence’ of glycans, we still have a lot to learn about them.” The superposition of four glycan conformations onto the static neuraminidase structure shows the conformational variability…

New Book on History of Scripps Institution of Oceanography to be Published

June 3, 2021

…of groundbreaking alumni, and technological advances in the institution’s second century of research. Included are images from the days when Scripps was a small marine lab, the construction of the original Scripps Pier, research expeditions on the institution’s long line of ships, groundbreaking scientific discoveries, many of the notable scientists…

Scripps Oceanography’s Center for Marine Biodiversity and Conservation Toasts 10 Years

January 19, 2012

Scripps’ Center for Marine Biodiversity and Conservation (CMBC) celebrates its 10-year anniversary and looks forward to the decades ahead with two special events (both events are free but reservations are required).

Personal Digital Archiving Day Event to Provide Tips on Preserving Your “Stuff”

April 16, 2012

Once upon a time, it was fairly easy to manage your old photos, correspondence, and even home movies, which, for the most part, were locked into one format, and could only be shared in the physical sense.

Massive Planetary Collision May Have Zapped Key Elements from Moon

October 17, 2012

Fresh examinations of lunar rocks gathered by Apollo mission astronauts have yielded new insights about the moon’s chemical makeup as well as clues about the giant impacts that may have shaped the early beginnings of Earth and the moon.

New Telescopes to Give UC San Diego Researchers Glimpse of the Beginning of Time

January 8, 2013

Where do we come from? What is the universe made of? Will the universe exist only for a finite time or will it last forever? These are just some of the questions that University of California, San Diego physicists are working to answer in the high desert of northern Chile.

New Sports Medicine Chief Blends New Techniques with Old School Philosophy

March 4, 2013

Nationally recognized orthopedic surgeon Dr. Christopher Wahl has joined the University of California, San Diego Health System as the new chief of Sports Medicine. Recognized for his specialty in treating complex, high-energy traumatic sports injuries, Wahl will further elevate UC San Diego Health System’s reputation for offering compassionate and innovative…

Women’s Wellness Day, Free to the Public on Saturday, April 13

March 28, 2013

On Saturday, April 13 from 8 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., UC San Diego Health System is hosting an interactive conference in La Jolla, focused on women’s health. The event is free and open to the public. Fifteen leading experts will host insightful talks on subjects, including stress reduction, gene therapy…

Public Lecture at Scripps Explores Darwin’s Deep Connection to the Ocean

May 29, 2013

An expert on the history of science and exploration will discuss the early days of Charles Darwin’s storied career and how the ocean played an instrumental role in its launch during a public presentation at Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UC San Diego.

National Digital Stewardship Alliance Releases Inaugural National Agenda for Digital Stewardship

July 25, 2013

The National Digital Stewardship Alliance, a voluntary membership organization of leading government, academic, and private sector organizations with digital stewardship responsibilities, has announced the inaugural release of the National Agenda for Digital Stewardship. The National Digital Stewardship Alliance (NDSA) is an initiative of the National Digital Information Infrastructure and Preservation…

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