Does good skin start in the gut?
From the smallest bacteria to the largest of whales, circadian rhythm affects us all.
Thought leader and Design Lab director Don Norman calls for a change in our relationship with technology.
Five UC presidents share stories about the university’s bold rise over the last 150 years.
Historically, cannabis was one of many botanical products thought to have medical value.
Fieldwork in Italy leads to virtual-reality modeling on campus for a truly interactive experience.
Anish Kannan, a fourth year computer science student at UC San Diego, had no interest in virtual reality […]
Celebrating 50 years of the School of Medicine.
The way we praise may influence kids’ morals…
Four ‘Careers in the Humanities’ workshops highlight choices, concrete steps to successful futures
Engineers at the University of California San Diego have developed a smartphone case and app that will make it easier for patients to record and track their blood glucose readings, whether they’re at home or on the go.
Despite their minority status in STEM fields, women scientists at UC San Diego have overtaken men as leaders of the campus’s biggest research grants.
Partners of all kinds come together to save a life close to home.
The study, published in Psychological Science, is co-authored by Gail Heyman of the University of California San Diego…
In vitro and animal studies suggest virus that causes devastating neurological damage in developing fetuses might be new tool for improving survival rates in patients with glioblastomas.