Ten teams of innovative students at UC San Diego have been awarded proof-of-concept funding to validate the product concepts behind their innovative projects.
As a public research university, UC San Diego is committed to the highest standards of integrity in research.
An international team of computer scientists developed a method that greatly improves researchers’ ability to sequence the DNA of organisms that can’t be cultured in the lab, such as microbes living in the human gut or bacteria living in the depths of the ocean. They published their work in the Feb.…
Some of the most prominent scientists conducting very “timely” research are coming to campus.
Twenty-two University of California, San Diego scientists and physicians are among the 2015 listing of “The World’s Most Influential Scientific Minds,” an annual compendium of “Highly Cited Researchers” by Thomson Reuters, a multinational mass media and information company.
A team of biologists and biomedical researchers at UC San Diego has developed a new method to determine if bacteria are susceptible to antibiotics within a few hours, an advance that could slow the appearance of drug resistance and allow doctors to more rapidly identify the appropriate treatment for…
The Health Cyberinfrastructure (CI) Division of the San Diego Supercomputer Center is participating in a multi-million dollar project with City of Hope, a National Cancer Institute (NCI) designated Comprehensive Cancer Center, and other organizations to create a research cyberinfrastructure that includes…
The University of California, San Diego has received a record total of 102,678 freshman and transfer applications for fall 2016. The university had the second highest number of applicants among the University of California campuses.
David Woodruff, a world-renown conservation geneticist and biogeographer who championed UC San Diego’s role in conservation science for 35 years, passed away at his home in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, on December 16, 2015,
A team of researchers, with the aid of the Gordon supercomputer at the San Diego Supercomputer Center based at UC San Diego, has identified a class of possible antibiotics with the potential to disable previously drug-resistant bacteria.