For Mary Jade Farruggia, studying abroad during her spring quarter was anything but ordinary. Stepping out... Read More
Being an undergraduate researcher at an academic biology lab can be quite intimidating. How much can a student really contribute to the scientific community? Read More
Recent breakthroughs in scientific methods have allowed researchers to study thin segments of the cerebral cortex, as pioneered by UCSD neuroscientist, Dr. Eric Courchesne. In a collaboration with the Allen Institute of Brain Science... Read More
Every week our Research Editors highlight a few of the latest headlines in science news and explain why these pieces are interesting and applicable to our classes at UC San Diego. If you find an engaging science article, share it with us on our Facebook page and your highlight may just be featured! Read More
n 2012, approximately 1,640,000 patients were diagnosed with some form of cancer. Of those diagnosed, approximately 577,000 passed away. In 2013, approximately 1,660,000 patients were diagnosed with some form of cancer. Of those diagnosed, approximately 580,000 passed away. What is the significance of the collected data? Read More