The field researchers also collected paleo-environmental data concerning climate and environmental change during the Late Bronze Age.
Reducing 'computational sprawl' with brain-inspired computing and re-thinking computing architecture from the ground up were two of many far-reaching ideas proposed at the eighth annual Non-Volatile Memories Workshop.
On April 22, tens of thousands of people around the world — scientists and non-scientists alike — marched through the streets of Washington, D.C., San Diego and more than 600 other cities to celebrate science and encourage environmental protection, science literacy, evidenced-based policies and strong…
On Tuesday, April 25, UC San Diego’s Social Impact and Innovation initiative is organizing a 90-minute workshop on human trafficking in the San Diego region – and even on university campuses. It’s the first of six monthly events geared to a curriculum for raising awareness and helping to combat…
Various studies and analyses have revealed that the remains are those of a girl between 15 and 16 years old who lived almost 13,000 years ago in what is now Mexico’s Yucatan peninsula.
Researchers at QI, in cooperation with the government of Bermuda, have announced the launch of the Bermuda 100 Challenge, an ambitious campaign to digitally document at least 100 ships, artifacts and other sites in Bermuda's shallow reefs.
"Build Your Own Internet of Things," a new online course developed at UC San Diego, has drawn the interest of more than 30,000 active users from around the world.
The nonprofit organization is based at the University of California San Diego’s Qualcomm Institute Innovation Space and has raised a total of $9.5 million since its creation in 2013, including grants, donations and contracts.
The global community of researchers, students, librarians, publishers, funders and scholars interested in the future of scholarship has announced the launch of its new annual Force 11 Scholarly Communications Institute, July 30-Aug. 4, 2017
A new proof-of-concept study by UC San Diego researchers succeeded in training computers to “learn” what a healthy versus an unhealthy gut microbiome looks like based on its genetic makeup.