Using molecular dating tools and epidemiological simulations, researchers at UC San Diego School of Medicine estimate that the SARS-CoV-2 virus likely circulated undetected for two months before the first human cases of COVID-19 were described in Wuhan, China in late-December 2019.
The partnership between Intel and the Halıcıoğlu Data Science Institute (HDSI) at UC San Diego offers an opportunity for Intel to acquire new methodologies while helping students with applied, technical understanding and real-world experience.
Researchers at UC San Diego School of Medicine and Moores Cancer Center describe how pancreatic cancer cells use an alternative method to find necessary nutrients, defying current therapies, to help them grow and spread.
Neural network training could one day require less computing power and hardware, thanks to a new nanodevice that can run neural network computations using 100 to 1000 times less energy and area than existing CMOS-based hardware.
On Feb. 22, UC San Diego brought together a panel of industry experts and esteemed faculty for a unique and thought-provoking event, “The Fear Factor: Examining Mistrust and Vaccines.” Over 1,200 campus and community members registered to participate in the interactive webinar.
Established by Japanese philanthropist Kazuo Inamori, the Kyoto Prize honors the lifetime achievement of laureates who have also contributed to the betterment of humankind through technology, science and the arts.
Nineteen-year-old Gordon Ye is a second-year pre-med student at the University of California San Diego, with studies focused on computer science and biomedical computation; however, that last part wasn’t something he figured he would pursue as a career.
Learn to surf at one of the most popular beaches in Southern California. Don your disco outfit and lace up your skates for an outdoor skate party. Or delve into research on the science behind cheese, including a taste test. The best part—you can do it all at UC San Diego during Spring Break!
Under Dr. Irvin Silverstein’s vision and leadership, the UCSD Student-Run Free Dental Clinic Project has grown to four sites, from families without health care in Lemon Grove, veterans served at Veteran’s Village off Pacific Highway and underserved individuals in Pacific Beach and Downtown locations.
When Dr. Irvin Silverstein, director of UCSD's Student-Run Free Dental Project, was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in 2016, he was told he had just two or three months to live. Now, 58 months later, after several surgeries and aggressive, ongoing treatments at UC San Diego Health, he is being recognized…