One in three women from UC San Diego enroll and graduate with a science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) degree.
For Hillary Whittington, Marshall ’04, and Vivienne Ming,
Muir ’00, the road to self-discovery was marked by courage,
acceptance and the will to live an authentic life.
Research inside the new Biological and Physical Sciences Building will focus on brain activity mapping, advanced energy and drug discovery innovation.
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.
Literary agent Sandra Dijkstra, Ph.D. ’76, is an author’s lifeline.
Forget white mice, cheese is the new lab rat.
Next time you see someone playing Pokémon GO, keep this in mind: a Triton made it happen.
Surfer, ocean steward and chemistry doctoral student Cliff Kapono begins his worldwide expedition to discover if surfers have a unique microbiome.
UC San Diego welcomed its most diverse incoming class with additional resources that support diversity, inclusivity and student success.
Ominous background music in documentaries could hinder shark conservation efforts.
Vivienne Ming knows what it takes to prosper and achieve goals that may seem unreachable. Her secret? Failure.
Legendary political scientist Sam Popkin weighs in on race for president.
“Welcome, new and returning campus members. This is more than the beginning of the academic year; it’s the beginning of our transformation.”
Mother Nature holds exciting opportunities to develop novel drugs based on what is learned from human milk research.
Ameesh Paleja, ’01, is revolutionizing the movie industry with Atom Tickets.