Deng Bol counts himself fortunate to be a student at the University of California, San Diego. Born in Sudan, Bol survived the horrors of civil war, refugee camps and a dangerous trek through the African continent—all before he reached the age of 13.
U.S. Army veteran Barrett Blake is set to graduate this spring with a degree in theatre and high hopes of becoming an actor and comedian. His journey to earning a bachelor's degree has spanned over 16 years—but he wouldn’t change a thing.
Pollution is making Arabian Sea cyclones more intense, according to a multi-institutional study that included scientists at UCSD’s Scripps Institution of Oceanography.
Capital comes with instructions. Everything takes π times longer and costs π times as much as you thought. Information only has value when it’s in motion. These are the three rules that govern the interaction of entrepreneurism with technology, according to Ron Reedy, UC San Diego alumnus and co-founder…
A novel study involving fruit flies and mice has allowed biologists to identify two critical genes responsible for congenital heart defects in individuals with Down syndrome, a major cause of infant mortality and death in people born with this genetic disorder.
UC San Diego Sulpizio Cardiovascular Center experts have performed San Diego’s first-ever coronary revascularization procedure using a hybrid operating room, the only facility of its kind in the region. The state-of-the-art operating room allows patients to be treated in one place at one time without…
Human memory has historically defied precise scientific description, its biological functions broadly but imperfectly defined in psychological terms.
James Andreoni, Diana Deutsch, Ayelet Gneezy, William Kuperman, Robert Pinkel, Nicholas Spitzer, and Joel Watson
Area 51: It’s the most well-known secret facility ever created, a world-renowned military installation whose mere mention immediately conjures images of aliens, top secret technology and vast government conspiracies.