Bioengineer Jonathan Sorger, Revelle ’97, presents the future of medical robotics at the Contextual Robotics Forum on campus Oct. 30.
From privacy to safety, to the potential to perpetuate violence, drones are truly a Pandora’s box that is already open.
MetroLab Network to use innovation, expertise to solve civic challenges such as traffic, parking and infrastructure.
Want to see real drones in action? UC San Diego is no stranger to drone culture. Faculty, students […]
Join San Diego’s robotics community on Oct. 30 for a day dedicated to the future of robotics for medicine, vehicles, consumers and more.
“Increasing the number of women entrepreneurs is critically important to the growth of U.S. economy” — Lada Rasochova, mystartupXX program director
Modular technology could be key to more efficient electric vehicles.
How algae can revolutionize the world in food, water, energy, healthcare and, oh yeah, surfing.
The president has put all of the country’s data in the palm of DJ Patil. In his other hand? A skateboard. A Triton’s journey from UC San Diego to D.C.
In the race to build a better solar conductor, a multidisciplinary engineering team at UC San Diego has made a great leap forward.
Don Norman returns to apply human-centered design thinking to the critical problems of society.
Jacobs School of Engineering graduates Daryl Stimm, ’14, and William Mutterspaugh, ’14, are doing their part to promote science, technology, engineering and mathematics to San Diego youth. And they’re using a classic puzzle to do it.