In the race to build a better solar conductor, a multidisciplinary engineering team at UC San Diego has made a great leap forward.
Launched fall 2014, the interdisciplinary major in the Division of Social Sciences is a first for the University of California system.
Serge Dedina, Marshall ’87, wrote his first letter to the editor at only 7 years old. Today, he’s the newest mayor of his hometown of Imperial Beach, Calif.
Tsz Fung Kwan, ’13 and Scripps Institution of Oceanography grad student, doesn’t just love comics — they’re part of who he is.
Don Norman returns to apply human-centered design thinking to the critical problems of society.
Think you have a better sense of fairness than the average politician? A recent experiment out of UC San Diego’s School of Global Policy and Strategy may prove you wrong.
Science, history and environmentalism in one audacious adventure.
Researchers find wreckage of U.S. aircraft off the island of Palau.
Graduating seniors share their big ambitions.
Nearly two decades after inception, a UC San Diego physicist’s work finally gets off the ground.
Sojourner Truth could not be deterred—not by slavery, not by illiteracy and certainly not by naysayers.
Jacobs School of Engineering graduates Daryl Stimm, ’14, and William Mutterspaugh, ’14, are doing their part to promote science, technology, engineering and mathematics to San Diego youth. And they’re using a classic puzzle to do it.
Philip Espinoza, ’11, can not only solve a Rubik’s Cube faster than most, he can do it while running a marathon. Eight hundred thirty-nine times in one race, to be exact.
In alignment with Chancellor Pradeep K. Khosla’s emphasis on entrepreneurship, the basement of Mandeville Hall was transformed into the nexus of innovation at UC San Diego.