Would your skin actually be better off? What would you honestly smell like?
Jennifer Elwell, a nurse at UC San Diego, has been breastfeeding since her eight-month-old son was born. She also recently completed both doses of the COVID-19 vaccine.
A new study by UC San Diego biologists has revealed insights on the intricate, adaptive mechanisms of a protective system employed by the cells of mammalian immune systems. These defenses have evolved to set a type of tripwire that produces an immune response against attack from viruses.
How gut microbes can influence mental health and what you can do about it.
Sourcing Viral Surveillance Supplies at the Pharmacy: Understanding Consumer-Grade Materials’ Viability as SARS-CoV-2 Testing Media
As the COVID-19 pandemic grew and quickly took hold of the world, one of the biggest challenges in the response efforts was determining the most effective approach to monitoring the virus’s spread. That task has become all the more critical as regional and national governments have been tasked with balancing the protection of public…
Student behavior and a range of risk mitigation strategies are credited for UC San Diego’s success.
AZoSensors speaks with Jesse Jokerst who heads up the Jokerst group at UC San Diego. The group has recently developed an affordable COVID-19 monitoring sensor that can be applied to facemasks. The team’s research has benefitted from a $1.3 million investment from the National Institutes of Health as part of the NIH’s Rapid Acceleration of…
Scientists suggest the vampire finch evolved to drink blood to survive the volcanic archipelago’s harsh environment and scarce resources
University of California San Diego professor Bernhard O. Palsson has been named the Y.C. Fung Endowed Chair in Bioengineering at the Jacobs School of Engineering. Palsson is also a professor of pediatrics, and Director of the Center for Biosustainability.