An infrared imager developed by UC San Diego engineers could be used to see through smog and fog; easily locate blood vessels on a patient; and see through silicon wafers to inspect the quality of electronic boards. It is also slim, compact and less costly to fabricate than similar technologies.
Jack E. Dixon, whose distinguished and varied 48-year career ranged from helping reveal how cells communicate to becoming a renowned scientific leader at UC San Diego School of Medicine and Howard Hughes Medical Institute, is retiring.
With a record enrolled class of students, the University of California San Diego’s Rady School of Management is adding a flex Master of Science in business analytics (Flex MSBA) to its highly sought after business degree programs.
Diversity and inclusion: these are important principles for higher education that make an impact in both the physical and digital world, and a key part of inclusion in digital spaces is a focus on accessibility.
Sally Ride Science’s 2021 Women in Leadership conversation brings together trailblazers from different fields for a wide-ranging conversation on the status of women and the triumphs and setbacks they have experienced in recent turbulent times.
Family ties are central to success and wellbeing in Latinx/Chicanx culture. It is the “familismo,” or connection to family, that lends strength and purpose to each new generation. For many students, significant decisions such as where to attend college are discussed and decided upon as a family.