UC San Diego researchers see various applications in studying our fine feathered friends.
How three Tritons pivoted their professional talents into pandemic response.
How a 1960s summer camp created a disability revolution and Netflix documentary.
For the past 30 years, UC San Diego has welcomed school-aged children to campus for a summer experience like no other.
UC San Diego’s Triton magazine with top honors for storytelling and editorial design.
So much of life has moved online, and connecting with your university and fellow Tritons is no exception.
Jessica Meir, PhD ’09, goes to extremes to advance science.
When Carol Padden arrived on campus to study linguistics in 1978, she had no idea how far she would go, nor that she would never leave.
Janelle Shane, PhD ’14, has used neural networks, or artificial intelligence, to create names for guinea pigs, knock-knock jokes, even pies and ice cream flavors.
Design and Innovation Building will show what goes on inside.
Luis Alberto Urrea ’77 and the stories that bridge borders.
UC San Diego’s latest landmark brings our campus together.
It started with a cringe-worthy viral video: an endangered sea turtle struggling and wincing as two researchers worked […]
When astronaut Kate Rubins ’99 returned to Earth, Triton was waiting…