Bioengineers at the University of California, San Diego, have developed a method that cuts down by half the time needed to make high-tech flexible sensors for medical applications. The advance brings the sensors, which can be used to monitor vital signs and brain activity, one step closer to mass-market…
The National Human Genome Research Institute, a division of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), has awarded $2 million to a UC San Diego team led by Dr. Cinnamon Bloss to research individual conceptions of privacy related to emerging health big data technologies.
Virtual reality has become a lightning rod, with opinions split on the substance and relevance of its future applications. UC San Diego’s recent “Future of Virtual Reality” conference demonstrated that this technology has far-reaching potential—not only in the realm of gaming, but in fields like…
The University of California, San Diego has been named the 11th most ethnically diverse college in the nation, according to a new report. Best College Reviews, a ranking service for American colleges and universities, recently released a list of the top 50 ethnically diverse schools. Statistics and…
The grant will fund two workshops and supporting materials that explore how to advance scholarly communication in a world where scholarship goes beyond written text to include software code, workflows, data and databases.
Those who attended this year’s recent Postdoc Research Symposium and Postdoc Appreciation Lunch and Awards Ceremony sampled research projects from 25 different departments, and desert at the crowded Appreciation Lunch took the form of well-deserved awards.
Researchers at the Qualcomm Institute are exploring ways to improve cognitive networking so that device-to-device communication is more efficient and effective.
The Qualcomm Insitute will demo and display research and technologies in the Family, Imaging, Drone and Robotics Zones at the Faire, which takes place Oct. 3-4 in Balboa Park.
University selected for its unique strengths in nanobiology, nanophotonics and nanomagnetics research
Sosinsky, a highly regarded scientist and teacher who performed seminal work in the molecular structure of gap junctions and other cell-cell junctions, died yesterday from complications related to a bone marrow transplant. She was 60.