Junior Academy will focus on STEAM education for young women in middle and high schools Delivering on the […]
Meet some of the minds endowed with the means to make a difference at UC San Diego.
Medicine’s next frontier is a world unto its own — how the nanomedical revolution makes a universe of us all.
As the number of women interested in majoring in physics increases, three new physics professors hope to open […]
“The greatest limitation of environmental impact assessments following catastrophic events is that most aren’t designed to measure damage to ecosystems beyond the immediate aftermath,”
A genetic disorder keeps Aaron Hartmann, Ph.D. ’14, from getting in the water, but not from making an impact.
UC is the only university to join the group in solving the world’s energy and climate challenges.
Materials from the Jonas Salk Papers are on display through January 10, 2016; the exhibit’s opening event can be viewed online.
Is San Diego the next tech hub? Could it be even better?
Research technician Dave Faber hangs on as waves crash onto the deck of a Scripps Institution of Oceanography ship studying the infamous “blob.”
Bioengineer Jonathan Sorger, Revelle ’97, presents the future of medical robotics at the Contextual Robotics Forum on campus Oct. 30.
Kate Rubins, Revelle ’99, will voyage to the International Space Station in May 2016 to conduct microgravity experiments.
Harry Helling, Revelle ’80, brings his experience communicating and interpreting science for the public back to UC San Diego.
From privacy to safety, to the potential to perpetuate violence, drones are truly a Pandora’s box that is already open.