The Tata Institute for Genetics and Society’s mission is the advancement of global science and technology through socially conscious means.
The new entity will allow researchers and students to work together across borders.
The venue will host research symposia, networking events and UC San Diego alumni functions.
Stuart Sandin and Jennifer Smith of Scripps Institution of Oceanography are set to chronicles the coral reefs around the world.Take a virtual dive through critically endangered marine ecosystems, before its too late.
Using advanced underwater, aerial and satellite imaging tools, UC San Diego researchers reconstruct interactive 3-D recreations of sunken archaeological sites. Dive through the past here!
Scripps Institution of Oceanography employs Argo, a global array of 3,800 free-drifting floats, to measure ocean data in amazing real-time visualizations. See them here.
New strategies to aid developing democracies.
Researchers have announced new findings about a skeleton nicknamed “Naia,” the earliest mostly complete human found so far in the Americas.
But human-caused fossil methane emissions larger than previously believed
With a critical shortage of practicing doctors and medical educators in Mozambique, UC San Diego is teaming with the nation’s flagship medical school to create a long-term solution.
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.