Could a computer pick up where Mozart left off? Or could a machine make videos that look like pieces by Picasso? Students enrolled in UC San Diego’s first-ever Machine Learning for the Arts course used methods rooted in engineering to try to answer these types of questions and make art in the process.
At the University of California San Diego, “innovation” isn’t just a buzzword. Innovation is a living, breathing way of life. It reaches across campus and around the globe. And UC San Diego’s innovations are changing the region and the world.
There’s a unique place on campus that is bustling with activity—complete with block tower achievements, finger painting masterpieces, bold singing performances and loud shrieks of laughter.
For the first time oceanographers monitored a polynya – or gap – in Antarctic winter sea ice. It was an opportunity that came about as a result of uncanny timing and a seasoned Scripps oceanographer’s knowledge of the sea.
UC San Diego Health has expanded north for primary care options with the opening of our Encinitas clinic, which will offer pediatrics, family medicine and Express Care.
Having powerful but highly efficient smartphones, laptops and TVs would be satisfying to many digital device users—including plugged-in scientists like those from the University of California San Diego and Japan’s RIKEN Cluster for Pioneering Research (RIKEN), who discovered how to significantly…
Nanoengineers at UC San Diego have developed new deep learning models that can accurately predict the properties of molecules and crystals. They can enable researchers to rapidly scan the nearly-infinite universe of compounds to discover potentially transformative materials for various applications.
Former U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine K. Albright will deliver the keynote address to the graduating class at the University of California San Diego, recognized as one of the top 10 public universities in the U.S.
A newly-published study in Scientific Reports shows that plastic debris less than 5 millimeters across, known as microplastic, is common from the surface to the seafloor. It may also be entering marine food webs, both at the surface and in the deep.
Tackling environmental sustainability, regional security and diplomacy is not usually how a typical high school student spends their free time, but such is the case for participants of UC San Diego’s student-run Triton Model United Nations (MUN) conference.