An international group of mathematicians at UC San Diego and other institutions has produced a new kind of online resource to help discover uncharted mathematical worlds.
Proyecto Costa Escondida (or Hidden Coast Project), co-led by researchers at CISA3, is an investigation of environmental and ecological factors that affected ancient Maya ports in a network of trade routes linking people, goods and ideas from across Mesoamerica.
UC San Diego students are on the front lines of a new crowdsourcing experiment to monitor damage and destruction in Lebanon, Syria and Iraq by analyzing satellite images. It's part of the new Center for Cyber-Archaeology and Sustainability.
The app, which provides users with wait times to enter the United States from its northern and southern borders at 70 different points of entry, is believed to be the first developed for the Apple Watch by UC San Diego researchers
The University of California, San Diego and Centro de Ensenanza Tecnica y Superior (CETYS) of Baja California, Mexico have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to strengthen and increase collaboration, focusing on entrepreneurship, innovation and policy. The initiative was formalized March 3 by…
A new cyber-archaeology research center in the Qualcomm Institute at UC San Diego has received data on 18,500 archaeological sites under a new partnership between the center and the Israel Antiques Authority.
World-renowned astrophysicist Michel Mayor, Ph.D., will speak at the University of California, San Diego on March 16 at 3:30 p.m., as part of the annual Kyoto Prize Symposium.
John Holdren, President Barack Obama’s senior science and technology advisor, will speak at the University of California, San Diego for the fifth annual Herb York Memorial Lecture on Monday, Feb. 29. A keynote event for the UC Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation (IGCC), the visit is cosponsored…
Looking back at a two-year interactive course linking the Qualcomm Institute and a classroom in Bangladesh, UC San Diego alumnus Robert Hooper (BA '69) reports success in teaching young filmmakers to combat violent extremism.
Learning Equality, a non-profit organization based at the University of California, San Diego Qualcomm Institute, has successfully funded a crowdsourcing campaign to launch Kolibri, an offline education application that aims to enable universal education in areas of the world without Internet access.