If you’ve spent time at UC San Diego, you know that when it comes to earthquakes, it’s not a matter of if, but when. For researchers, however, it’s also a matter of how—how it will happen and how it will impact the places where we live and work.
In his youth, Lars Bode was a dedicated athlete who spent much of his time studying specialized diets for optimal performance. “I was constantly teased by my older brother for my ‘strange’ concoctions,” says Bode, now an associate professor in the Department of Pediatrics at UC San Diego School of Medicine.
“I’d been hearing a lot about an entrepreneur team in The Basement–apparently these two young guys were using virtual reality to illustrate nanoscale materials…
A study from the Rady School of Management reveals surprising insights about power and its effects in and out of the workplace.
From the pages of The Guardian student newspaper to great success on the web, the subtle profundities in this comic by Reza Farazmand ’10 are well worth exploring.
The playful adventures of an old-fashioned cowboy doll and electronic astronaut action figure left a lasting impression on […]