Biologists have provided the first example of cargo within bacteriophage cells transiting along treadmill-like structures. The discovery demonstrates that bacteria have more in common with sophisticated human cells than previously believed.
After winning just about every entrepreneur and startup pitch challenge on UC San Diego’s campus, raising $100,000 in a friends and family investment round, being accepted into the local Connect Springboard incubator program and securing paid pilot programs with two universities, Educational Vision…
Local biotech company Locana made news last month when it raised $55 million in venture capital funding.
They are aspiring female scientists on a beautiful mission—literally. Armed with makeup brushes, mascara wands, emery boards and nail polish, these “missionaries” cast out the increasing loneliness experienced by the elderly with glitz and glam.
This June, thousands of students will come together and celebrate their journey as UC San Diego students in the campus’ many commencement ceremonies. With inspirational advice from commencement speaker former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright and student speaker Michaela Juels, these graduates…
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.