UC San Diego and Salk Institute researchers report a surprising link between mitochondria, inflammation and gene mutations that may increase risk of atherosclerosis.
UC San Diego researchers report using native bacteria in mice as the chassis for delivering transgenes capable of inducing persistent and potentially even curative therapeutic changes in the gut and reversing disease pathologies.
It’s a summer morning at La Jolla Shores and Robert O’Brien, a junior at Princeton University who is spending his summer at UC San Diego, is surfing—for science. He is participating in the Smartfin research project, which aims to improve the collection of oceanographic data near the shore.
From deep sea to deep space, research awards this year provide a window into the tremendous scope of discovery conducted by UC San Diego researchers. In fiscal year 2022, the university earned $1.64 billion in research funding, up from $1.54 billion the previous year—a more than 6 percent increase.
New UC San Diego Rady School of Management study is first to track smoking behavior at the individual level during the pandemic.
New research utilizing data from U.S. Supreme Court law clerk hiring decisions finds that female job applicants with recommendations from other highly tenured women have the strongest chance of getting a job offer.
Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UC San Diego announced today that Illumina has provided researchers at the Center for Marine Biotechnology and Biomedicine at Scripps new scientific equipment to build genomics and laboratory automation-enabled discovery and training programs.
It was a typical morning for Mike West, one that usually started with a quick shave before getting ready for work. However, this specific morning, he felt something unusual: a small, but hard lump just under his skin on his throat. West decided to call his doctor’s office.