In the past decade, UC San Diego engineers have 3D printed a variety of devices ranging from rocket engines, to robots, to structures inspired by the seahorse’s tail. Now, nanoengineers have added a new item to that list: a 3D printed blood vessel network.
Emily Callahan, MAS ’14, and Amber Jackson, MAS ’14, two alumnae of Scripps Institution of Oceanography, have made it their mission to determine the best possible afterlife for these rig structures.
Engineers in Michael Yip’s lab at UC San Diego are developing advanced robotic systems to help make them an integral part of the surgical team.
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Mandarin makes you more musical – and at a much earlier age than previously thought. That’s the suggestion of a new study from the University of California San Diego.
Can beer be brewed on the moon? A team of UC San Diego engineering students is hoping to find out.
Older women with low physical activity and 10 hours of daily sit time had even “older” cells
UC San Diego researchers have identified regions of the human genome significantly linked to personality traits.
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One in three women from UC San Diego enroll and graduate with a science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) degree.
The Tata Institute for Active Genetics and Society (TIAGS) will push the boundaries of bioscience to address some of the world’s most pressing issues, ranging from health care to agriculture.
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Surfer, ocean steward and chemistry doctoral student Cliff Kapono begins his worldwide expedition to discover if surfers have a unique microbiome.
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