An American teacher returns to her job in China, in the midst of the coronavirus outbreak.
Dozens of earthquake sensors located atop mountains and hillsides across San Diego County are also being used to help detect wildfires.
Professor Liangfang Zhang’s work in nanoengineering earned him a spot on Popular Science’s 10 Most Brilliant People of 2016 list.
From Wired magazine: a look inside the R/V Sally Ride, equipped with some serious tech for some serious oceanography.
UC San Diego Health and its hospitals are ranked #1 in San Diego, and recognized among the best in the nation, by U.S. News & World Report for 2015-16. The annual U.S. News “Best Hospitals” rankings distinguish hospitals that excel in treating the most challenging health conditions.
Using a newly released Benthic Underwater Microscope, Scripps Institution of Oceanography scientists observed coral polyps off the coasts of Israel and Maui eating, dancing, and even kissing. Read more at The Christian Science Monitor.
Money magazine ranks UC San Diego #14 out of roughly 2,000 four-year U.S. colleges and universities that deliver the most value. Read more at Money.
On July 6, three astronauts are set to launch from Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan, on their way to […]
San Diego is home to world-class biomedical scientists focused on cutting-eduge projects. Read more in the San Diego […]
UC San Diego scientists attended an event at the White House announcing the National Microbiome Initiative. They […]
UC San Diego’s latest venture into the futuristic concept of Telematics, or Translocational Concerts, took place at the […]
Recently, a team of researchers built on Walter Munk’s work to prove that climate change is in fact driving […]
UC San Diego has received $40 million in gifts to create and lead an observatory in Chile that’s […]
UC San Diego has been named the 35th best university in the world according to the new Times […]
The sea urchin has inspired inspired a team of engineers and marine biologists at UC San Diego to […]