One of 36 Inaugural NSF Brain Eager Grants Awarded to Prof. David Kleinfeld
Prof. David Kleinfeld (UCSD), who currently holds the Endowed Chair in Experimental Biophysics, and his US/Israeli Binational Science Foundation partner and long-time ... Read More
Ph.D student Leandra Boucheron Wins Poster Award at 2014 APS Users Meeting
Leandra Boucheron, a graduate student in Oleg Shpyrko's group at the University of California, San Diego, won an award for best student poster at the Advanced Photon Sour... Read More
Professor Sunil Sinha recipient 2014 Clifford G. Shull Prize
"In recognition of his deep and lasting experimental and theoretical contributions to the areas of Quantum Liquids and Solids, Superconductivity, Magnetism, Soft Condens... Read More
UCSD Physics student Ian Schanning selected member of the Bouchet Graduate Honor Society for 2014
UCSD Physics Graduate student Ian Schanning has been selected to be a member of the UC San Diego Chapter of the Bouchet Graduate Honor Society for 2014. Ian's nomination ... Read More
Grad student Yaojun Zhang aids Quantitative Biology approach which reveals importance of physical constraints on critical DNA interaction
Our immune system copes with a multitude of threats using a mix-and-match system to create millions of different antibodies.
The white blood cells that produ...Read More
Ivan Schuller appointed as Sackler Professor at Tel Aviv University
Over 30 major projects at Tel Aviv University bear the stamp of Dr. Raymond Sackler and his family, including the Sackler Faculty of Medicine, the Raymond and Beverly Sac...Read More
A superfluid gas formed in layers of 2D crystals could induce superconductivity at high temperatures
An elusive state of matter called superconductivity could be realized in stacks of sheetlike crystals just a few atoms thick, a trio of physicists has determined.
Relaxation Helps Pack DNA into a Virus
Taking a moment to pause and relax can help if you find yourself in a tight spot. This strategy can work for molecules as well as people, it turns out.
Researchers ...Read More