UC San Diego researchers use experimental artificial intelligence system called DrugCell to predict the best approach to treating cancer. Only 4 percent of all cancer therapeutic drugs under development earn final approval by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
In a recent study, researchers at University of California San Diego School of Medicine found a seventh component of wisdom: spirituality.
The University of California San Diego has once again been recognized as the nation’s sixth best public university, according to U.S. News and World Report’s 2021 Best Global Universities.
We spoke with Terri Winbush, senior director of Labor Relations and Employee Relations for the main campus about what paid leave options are available, what happens when an employee receives a yellow or red thumb on the daily symptom screening, and the remote support employees can access.
Since its founding in 1960, UC San Diego has made waves by actively redefining what it means to be a world-class public research university. Through the creative, forward-thinking efforts of its students, faculty, staff and alumni, the campus has built a legacy of sparking discoveries that advance society…
The open-access book “Health of People, Health of Planet and Our Responsibility”—which casts global climate change as a public-health crisis—was never meant to just sit on a shelf or in a hard drive.
A new report evaluating the efficacy of climate action plans and commitments of the 100 largest U.S. cities finds the leadership of these municipalities stands as an important counter to the federal government’s rollback of climate policies and departure from the Paris Agreement.
The Black Studies Project at UC San Diego, which will receive $500,000 a year for five years, provides faculty and students opportunities to examine, study and contribute to topics that have taken center stage nationally and internationally.