When descendants look back at our era, they may sum it up with one word: Plastic.
Student group is turning UC San Diego food waste into usable products — fertilizer for organic produce and biogas for electricity.
Tritons are shaping a more sustainable world.
A marine ecologist at UC San Diego has been working on cultivating a type of seaweed that can help curb cow burps—one of the greatest sources of methane emissions in California.
Shipwreck survivor JanLaree De Julius returns to UC San Diego Medical Center.
Haptics is being used in a variety of modern engineering applications, and students are eager to enter the field.
An icon for every revolution.
The DNA of living dangerously.
A graduate student at Scripps Institution of Oceanography has made a discovery that could help unravel the mystery of juvenile mantas.
Engineers and physicians are working together to create a device that can eliminate bacteria that commonly cause hospital-acquired infections.
Nature inspires a new wave of soft robotics. Ask anyone how a robot moves and they will immediately […]
New recycling method could offset battery waste of the future. Electric vehicles may someday make gas-guzzling emissions a […]
Could sustainable soles save the world?
Undergrad assignments help guide surgery.
Six ways the internet has changed global rebellion.