If you think it’s hard to get into UC San Diego, you’re right. Only about one-third of freshman applicants were admitted this past fall, with an average GPA above 4.0.
When it comes to education and research at UC San Diego, our divisions of study are anything but divided.
Lending an ear to the sound of science.
- UC San Diego Booming as Chancellor Khosla Finishes Fifth Year
- Fantasy Writer George R.R. Martin Visits UC San Diego
- UC San Diego Researchers Selected for IBM Watson AI XPRIZE ® Competition
- PC MAGAZINE: Human Hair Inspires Next-Gen Body Armor Materials
- SAN DIEGO UNION TRIBUNE: UCSD helps lead ambitious study of 80 rare cancers
Molecules on your cell phone speak volumes.
His Holiness’s service to humanity and science has created long-lasting relationships with UC San Diego.
International team of researchers uncovered the system inside cars’ onboard computers.
As he finishes his fifth year as chancellor of UC San Diego, the campus is being showered with a record level of private donations, fueling the school’s breakneck expansion.
Five years from now, the UC San Diego campus will be almost unrecognizable to anyone who hasn’t watched the transformation unfold…
When astronaut Kate Rubins ’99 returned to Earth, Triton was waiting…
Brian Druker works to save those living with cancer.
As point person for San Diego’s Cleantech Initiative, UC San Diego alumnus Jacques Chirazi has steered city’s strides in sustainability.
On Thursday, April 27, The Basement will host Triton Entrepreneur Night, where students will present and demonstrate their groundbreaking projects.
In the past decade, UC San Diego engineers have 3D printed a variety of devices ranging from rocket engines, to robots, to structures inspired by the seahorse’s tail. Now, nanoengineers have added a new item to that list: a 3D printed blood vessel network.
Engineers in Michael Yip’s lab at UC San Diego are developing advanced robotic systems to help make them an integral part of the surgical team.