ACAD
32.62
-0.24
-0.73%
AEMD
5.21
-0.09
-1.70%
APRI
0.35
+0.01
+2.94%
ARNA
1.6
-0.03
-1.84%
ATEC
3.83
+0.14
+3.74%
CNAT
2
+0.1
+5.26%
CRXM
0.17
0.00
-1.52%
CYTX
2.06
+0.01
+0.49%
DXCM
91.65
+0.41
+0.45%
GNMK
8.64
-0.11
-1.26%
HALO
9.8
-0.02
-0.20%
ILMN
170.42
-1.79
-1.04%
INNV
0.297
+0.027
+10.000%
INO
9.27
+0.41
+4.63%
ISCO
1.81
-0.14
-7.18%
ISIS
57.56
0.00
0.00%
LGND
103.41
-0.14
-0.14%
LPTN
2.62
-0.13
-4.73%
MBVX
5
-0.07
-1.38%
MEIP
1.9
-0.01
-0.52%
MNOV
6.08
-0.09
-1.46%
MRTX
5.21
+0.12
+2.36%
MSTX
0.407
+0.017
+4.359%
NBIX
49.31
-0.23
-0.46%
NUVA
64.81
+0.74
+1.15%
ONCS
1.685
-0.015
-0.882%
ONVO
3.91
+0.03
+0.77%
OREX
3.83
-0.02
-0.52%
OTIC
16.19
+0.18
+1.12%
QDEL
21.73
+0.14
+0.65%
RCPT
231.96
0.00
0.00%
RGLS
3.24
0.00
0.00%
RMD
67.9
-1.13
-1.64%
SPHS
3.37
-0.15
-4.26%
SRNE
6.53
-0.09
-1.36%
TROV
5.01
+0.01
+0.20%
VICL
3.9
-0.09
-2.26%
VOLC
18
0.00
0.00%
ZGNX
9.33
+0.04
+0.43%
ACAD
32.62
-0.24
-0.73%
AEMD
5.21
-0.09
-1.70%
APRI
0.35
+0.01
+2.94%
ARNA
1.6
-0.03
-1.84%
ATEC
3.83
+0.14
+3.74%
CNAT
2
+0.1
+5.26%
CRXM
0.17
0.00
-1.52%
CYTX
2.06
+0.01
+0.49%
DXCM
91.65
+0.41
+0.45%
GNMK
8.64
-0.11
-1.26%
HALO
9.8
-0.02
-0.20%
ILMN
170.42
-1.79
-1.04%
INNV
0.297
+0.027
+10.000%
INO
9.27
+0.41
+4.63%
ISCO
1.81
-0.14
-7.18%
ISIS
57.56
0.00
0.00%
LGND
103.41
-0.14
-0.14%
LPTN
2.62
-0.13
-4.73%
MBVX
5
-0.07
-1.38%
MEIP
1.9
-0.01
-0.52%
MNOV
6.08
-0.09
-1.46%
MRTX
5.21
+0.12
+2.36%
MSTX
0.407
+0.017
+4.359%
NBIX
49.31
-0.23
-0.46%
NUVA
64.81
+0.74
+1.15%
ONCS
1.685
-0.015
-0.882%
ONVO
3.91
+0.03
+0.77%
OREX
3.83
-0.02
-0.52%
OTIC
16.19
+0.18
+1.12%
QDEL
21.73
+0.14
+0.65%
RCPT
231.96
0.00
0.00%
RGLS
3.24
0.00
0.00%
RMD
67.9
-1.13
-1.64%
SPHS
3.37
-0.15
-4.26%
SRNE
6.53
-0.09
-1.36%
TROV
5.01
+0.01
+0.20%
VICL
3.9
-0.09
-2.26%
VOLC
18
0.00
0.00%
ZGNX
9.33
+0.04
+0.43%
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First Peek Into the Brain of a Freely Walking Fruit Fly

May 16, 2016 – 11:25 am

Researchers at the Kavli Institute for Brain and Mind at UC San Diego have developed a technique for imaging brain activity in a freely walking fruit fly. Working with one of the most common model organisms in science, the team shows for the first time what goes on in the brain of the fly during courtship – when it’s unrestrained.

Getting the Bigger Picture

May 12, 2016 – 6:00 am

UC San Diego’s Big Pixel Initiative is taking full advantage of a partnership with DigitalGlobe—and the latest Google technology—to sponsor cutting-edge, innovative research. But the applications aren’t just for the researcher. Students across campus are being taught to understand the technology that affects our lives, every single day. And in the process, they’ll graduate more prepared for jobs that have the potential to make positive, real-world change.

Manufacturing Matchmaker

May 5, 2016 – 8:00 am

UC San Diego alumna Tanya Menendez is revolutionizing manufacturing. The online company Maker’s Row, founded in 2012 by Menendez and partner Matthew Burnett, quickly became a go-to source for the maker movement, connecting DIY artists to professional manufacturers throughout the United States. Design, materials, samples, production, packaging … Maker’s Row includes it all, giving entrepreneurs—like Menendez herself—a safe place to start.

$11.8 Million in Support from Gary and Mary West to Launch Geriatric Emergency Department

May 2, 2016 – 9:21 am

Local philanthropists Gary and Mary West have provided $11.8 million to the University of California San Diego to create a state-of-the-art senior emergency care unit to be housed within the Emergency Department at…

Three Earth-Sized Planets Found Orbiting a Tiny Nearby Star

May 2, 2016 – 8:00 am

An international team of astronomers composed of UC San Diego astrophysicists has discovered three Earth-sized planets orbiting near the “habitable zone” of an ultracool dwarf star, the first planets ever discovered around such a tiny and dim star.

From Riverside’s Casa Blanca to the White House

April 28, 2016 – 6:00 am

Tom K. Wong almost didn’t graduate from high school. Wong was 16 when his parents first told him that he was an undocumented immigrant, and the news shattered him.

Say ‘Cheese’

April 21, 2016 – 6:00 am

While many microbiologists build entire research careers around studies of a single microorganism, Rachel Dutton has taken her career in the other direction—examining collections of microbes, but with an unusual twist. She studies what grows on cheese.

Overnight Programs Offer Glimpse of College Life for Diverse Admitted Students

April 14, 2016 – 6:00 am

It was a drizzly Thursday afternoon when they began to arrive with pillows, sleeping bags and suitcases in hand. Yet the wet weather did little to temper the enthusiasm of the 244 high school students who traveled …

Virtual Reality, Campus Tours and Resource Fairs Showcase UC San Diego at Triton Day

April 14, 2016 – 6:00 am

Thousands of newly admitted students and their families visited campus on Saturday for Triton Day, an annual event that showcases all that UC San Diego has to offer. Students toured residence halls, attended academic presentations, watched performances by student organizations and much more. These visitors were also the first to try a new virtual reality experience based on UC San Diego technology: Shakeboarding. The activity allowed students to simulate surfing, experience an earthquake and wipe out—all on dry land.

A Front Row Seat to History

April 7, 2016 – 6:00 am

While the stereotypical spring breakers throughout the United States flee to far-flung destinations to absorb sun and fun, UC San Diego student Sophie Silvestri experienced something far more breathtaking.