University of Texas at Austin researchers recently simulated the catalytic mechanism and atomic structure of nickel-doped graphene using SDSC's Comet supercomputer. The new process synthesizes valuable chemicals to use as electricity in lieu of fossil fuels.
UC San Diego chemists find way to artificially make molecules in solution exchange vibrational energy at room temperature, challenging the current paradigm in chemistry. Details of their discovery are published in Science.
UC San Diego research team uses quantum materials to create “neural trees” that mimic brain synapses
Three faculty members and one vice chancellor are among the Academy’s 2020 class of 276 members, recognized for their outstanding accomplishments, expertise and insights toward the common good.
Collaborators from the University of California San Diego and New York University used salt, soap and water to make “bling” with a proposed novel experiment by UC San Diego’s Jérémie Palacci to form ionic colloidal crystals from common colloids.
UC San Diego and Space Tango received a NASA award to develop the first dedicated stem cell research laboratory within the International Space Station.
Researchers at SDSU and the Polytechnic University of Turin used simulations done on SDSC's Comet supercomputer to study how ocean wave energy converters harness energy and turn it into electricity, offering the potential to reduce our reliance on fossil fuels.
Scientists at UC San Diego and Brookhaven Laboratory in New York investigated a diverse population of meteorites. Among the 15 pieces of comets and asteroids studied, they found two with superconductive grains.
U.S. News & World Report today released its 2021 guidebook that ranks the nation’s top graduate programs and professional schools, giving praise to the University of California San Diego’s innovative programs, including the campus’ Jacobs School of Engineering and School of Medicine.
UC San Diego researchers have developed a computational tool that makes modeling and simulation of complex cellular processes more true to life. The tool, dubbed GAMer 2, simplifies the process of using realistic cell geometries in mathematical models.