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Leading a Legacy

September 26, 2022

New director oversees renowned Stuart Collection.

Nanoengineers Develop a Predictive Database for Materials

November 28, 2022

Nanoengineers at the University of California San Diego’s Jacobs School of Engineering have developed an AI algorithm that almost instantaneously predicts the structure and dynamic properties of any material. Known as M3GNet, the algorithm was used to develop a materials database, matterverse.ai.

Though Set in Stone, Newest Stuart Collection Artwork Tells a Dynamic Story

April 17, 2023

UC San Diego’s Stuart Collection debuts KAHNOP • TO TELL A STORY by artist Ann Hamilton, the 22nd addition to the renowned public art collection.

Rare Science

May 1, 2023

UC San Diego is a hub for rare disease research. Although each rare disease impacts a small number of people, the research findings sometimes apply to more prevalent conditions.

Triton Center

May 1, 2023

Triton Center is slated to open in 2026. The 332,000-square-foot complex will transform University Center and centralize essential programs and services in four buildings while also providing spaces for relaxation and enrichment.

Capitalism’s Green Revolution

November 29, 2023

The world is making modest cuts in global emissions, but it will require larger incentives to attract the private capital needed to take decarbonization from an intriguing technological concept to reality.

Space Oddity: Uncovering the Origin of the Universe’s Rare Radio Circles

January 8, 2024

UC San Diego Professor of Astronomy and Astrophysics Alison Coil has found that odd radio circles are shells formed by outflowing galactic winds, possibly from massive exploding stars known as supernovae.

You Didn’t See It Coming: the Spontaneous Nature of Turbulence

March 12, 2024

UC San Diego Professor of Physics Nigel Goldenfeld has shown in theoretical models of turbulence that even molecular motions can create large-scale patterns of randomness over a defined period of time.

UC San Diego Research Funding Reaches Record-Breaking $1.64B

August 4, 2022

…one of the most technologically advanced oceanographic research vessels in the world. The vessel is named in honor of Sally Ride, the first American woman in space. Photo by Erik Jepsen/University Communications. As an indication of next year’s potential to continue breaking records, more than 5,400 grant applications or proposals…

Breakfast with Champions to Benefit Prostate Cancer Research Feb. 22

February 7, 2013

The University of California, San Diego will host its first-ever fundraiser for prostate cancer research, “Breakfast with Champions,” on Friday, Feb. 22 at the La Jolla Country Club. The event will feature Pro Football Hall of Famers and prostate cancer survivors Mike Haynes and Deacon Jones who will discuss their…

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