Biotecnología

Biotecnología

UC San Diego Joins NIH ‘Bridge to Artificial Intelligence’ Program
20/09/2022 - UC San Diego scientists will lead several components of Bridge2AI, a new NIH-funded program to promote the use of AI in health and research.
Decoupling from China on Clean Tech Comes with Far More Risks than Rewards
20/09/2022 - The current U.S. trajectory to decouple from China on clean energy technologies can harm national and global efforts to mitigate climate change, reveals a new University of California San Diego study...
QI Internship Provides Pathway to Workplace for Neurodiverse Youth
20/09/2022 - This summer, 16 young adults from around the U.S., including students at UC San Diego, gathered at the Qualcomm Institute (QI) to create educational and research-based video games in QI’s...
UC San Diego Physician, Alumni Partner to Provide Prosthetic Limbs for Ukrainian Amputees
20/09/2022 - A pilot program organized in Ukraine by LIMBER Prosthetics and Orthotics, a company co-founded by two alumni of UC San Diego Jacobs School of Engineering was was a first step in a much more ambitious...
Charles River, Cure AP-4 Enter Manufacturing Pact for Gene Therapy
13/09/2022 - Charles River will provide High Quality (HQ) plasmid DNA for Cure AP-4’s Phase I/II gene therapy trials against AP-4 HSP.
UC San Diego Ranked No. 3 Best Public College by Forbes
13/09/2022 - The University of California San Diego has maintained its spot as third among the nation’s top public colleges, according to Forbes 2022 America’s Top Colleges list.
UC San Diego Named Nation’s 8th Best Public University by U.S. News & World Report
13/09/2022 - The University of California San Diego has been named the nation’s eighth best public university in the U.S. News & World Report 2022-2023 Best Colleges rankings, which were published today.
Violence is Common and Increasing in Pandemic-Era California
13/09/2022 - A new report finds physical and sexual violence are an increasing ‘epidemic’ in California; UC San Diego researchers call for health equity-based reform.
Father’s Life is Saved after Receiving Heart, Kidney and Liver Transplant
13/09/2022 - After a rare disease caused organ failure, UC San Diego Heath transplant teams performed a heart, liver and kidney transplant on a patient. The surgery is a first for UC San Diego Health and a first...
$5M from NSF to Empower Transfer Students to Earn Engineering Degrees
13/09/2022 - With a $5 million grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF), the University of California San Diego is leading a new effort to support low-income transfer students pursuing a bachelor’s...
Honoring a UC San Diego Landmark and Its Lasting Impact on Physics
13/09/2022 - Is there magic in the walls of Mayer Hall? This is the question Oleg Shpyrko, chair of the Department of Physics at UC San Diego, asked the audience gathered for a daylong series of events to...
$150 Million Gift Takes Stem Cell Research to New Heights
07/09/2022 - Noted businessman and philanthropist T. Denny Sanford has committed $150 million in new funding to expand and, in some ways, quite literally launch stem cell research and regenerative medicine at...
The Physics of Walking is Simpler Than We Thought
06/09/2022 - The physics of walking for multi-legged animals and robots is simpler than previously thought. That is the finding described by a team of roboticists, physicists and biologists in the Sept. 5 issue...
UC San Diego Announces 2022 Undergraduate Library Research Prize Winners
05/09/2022 - Five UC San Diego students have been selected to receive the annual Undergraduate Library Research Prize (ULRP), an annual awards program that enriches the undergraduate student experience at UC San...
How Changes in Length of Day Change the Brain and Subsequent Behavior
05/09/2022 - Using a mouse model, UC San Diego researchers describe a process in which affected neurons switch expression of neurotransmitters in response to day length stimuli, triggering related behavioral...
Monitors and Meddlers
05/09/2022 - Lauren Prather’s new book “Monitors and Meddlers: How Foreign Actors Influence Local Trust in Elections” has been a long time in the making—a full decade, in fact.
The Data that Keep on Giving
26/08/2022 - Genetic data collected during an excavation of a Mycenaean tomb at Kastrouli near Delphi, Greece, have helped an interdisciplinary team including UC San Diego scientists unveil some of the mysteries...
Climate Change Projected to Increase Atmospheric River Flood Damages in the United States
26/08/2022 - A research team at Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UC San Diego has found that flood damages triggered by atmospheric river storms may triple from $1 billion a year to over $3 billion a year...
Hal?c?o?lu Data Science Institute (HDSI) and UCTV have teamed up to launch the Data Science Channel
25/08/2022 - A collaboration between HDSI and UCTV, the HDSI Channel will serve as a central platform to promote the people and programs that are affiliated with HDSI to highlight the diversity of their research,...
Physical Activity May Have a Stronger Role than Genes in Longevity
25/08/2022 - UC San Diego Herbert Wertheim School of Public Health and Human Longevity study asked whether associations between physical activity and sedentary time with death varied based on different levels of...
Problem-solving like an expert
22/08/2022 - Learning to become better problem solvers is how several San Diego high school students, as well as high school teachers, spent part of the summer here at the University of California San Diego. The...