Researchers find wreckage of U.S. aircraft off the island of Palau
Don Norman returns to apply human-centered design thinking to the critical problems of society.
Diabetics may soon give themselves the last finger prick to extract blood and measure their glucose levels.
Undergraduates at UC San Diego can now pursue a bachelor of arts in global health...
In 2001, RNA had the makings of a potential miracle drug.
Philip Espinoza, ’11, can not only solve a Rubik’s Cube faster than most...
Sojourner Truth could not be deterred— not by slavery, not by illiteracy and certainly not by naysayers.
A diet rich in red meat is known to put humans at higher risk for cancer.
In the race to build a better solar conductor, a multidisciplinary engineering team at UC San Diego has made a great leap forward.
Tsz Fung Kwan, ’13, doesn’t just love comics—they’re part of who he is.
The Sexual Assault and Violence Prevention Resource Center (SARC) is expanding its services to provide crisis intervention and advocacy to faculty and staff as well.
Last year, more than 1,500 new items from the personal archive of Theodor Seuss Geisel—including sketches, drafts, and other unpublished items—were donated to the UC San Diego Library
Not often does a sea turtle fly on a jetliner or get admitted to a leading medical hospital
It’s no secret that women are profoundly underrepresented in the field of philosophy.
In March, the campus welcomed Becky Petitt as vice chancellor for Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (VC-EDI).