Next time you see someone playing Pokémon GO, keep this in mind: a Triton made it happen.
Isn’t it time dogs benefited from cognitive and neurological science?
Triton-founded ViaSat celebrates three decades in San Diego.
The next action movie you see will seem a lot more realistic thanks to a new algorithm.
One in three women graduating UC San Diego earn a STEM degree.
From city council to the admiral’s seat, from genetic ingenuity to inventing the Dothraki language—and not to mention winning the Nobel Prize—this year’s alumni honorees are truly cause for celebration.
Triton sports enthusiasts rejoice! Time and distance are no barrier in keeping up with UC San Diego athletics. […]
Alumni tech startups take the field and serve the fans.
With driverless cars on the horizon, UC San Diego researchers are making sure there’s someone—or something—looking out for you.
Meet some of the minds endowed with the means to make a difference at UC San Diego.
Medicine’s next frontier is a world unto its own — how the nanomedical revolution makes a universe of us all.
Magnetic fields passed through the body could yield a lower power and more secure alternative to current Bluetooth wireless technology.
You know R2-D2, C-3PO and all the rest in that galaxy far, far away; now meet the real-life robots of UC San Diego.
Is San Diego the next tech hub? Could it be even better?
Bioengineer Jonathan Sorger, Revelle ’97, presents the future of medical robotics at the Contextual Robotics Forum on campus Oct. 30.