ACAD
32.46
0.00
N/A%
AEMD
5.7
0.00
N/A%
APRI
0.4
0.00
N/A%
ARNA
1.71
0.00
N/A%
ATEC
0.35
0.00
N/A%
CNAT
2.06
-0.1
-4.63%
CRXM
0.155
0.00
N/A%
CYTX
2.09
0.00
N/A%
DXCM
79.33
0.00
N/A%
GNMK
8.7
0.00
N/A%
HALO
8.63
+0.2
+2.37%
ILMN
140.38
0.00
N/A%
INNV
0.21
0.00
N/A%
INO
9.24
0.00
N/A%
ISCO
1.98
0.00
N/A%
ISIS
57.56
0.00
0.00%
LGND
119.27
0.00
N/A%
LPTN
2.18
0.00
N/A%
MBVX
0.55
0.00
N/A%
MEIP
1.36
0.00
N/A%
MNOV
7.55
0.00
N/A%
MRTX
5.46
0.00
N/A%
MSTX
0.47
0.00
N/A%
NBIX
45.45
+0.06
+0.13%
NUVA
59.72
0.00
N/A%
ONCS
1.64
0.00
N/A%
ONVO
3.72
+0.08
+2.20%
OREX
0.43
0.00
N/A%
OTIC
15.88
0.00
N/A%
QDEL
17.86
0.00
N/A%
RCPT
231.96
0.00
0.00%
RGLS
2.89
0.00
N/A%
RMD
63.23
0.00
N/A%
SPHS
2.15
0.00
N/A%
SRNE
5.6
0.00
N/A%
TROV
4.53
0.00
N/A%
VICL
4.53
0.00
N/A%
VOLC
18
0.00
N/A%
ZGNX
8.05
0.00
N/A%
ACAD
32.46
0.00
N/A%
AEMD
5.7
0.00
N/A%
APRI
0.4
0.00
N/A%
ARNA
1.71
0.00
N/A%
ATEC
0.35
0.00
N/A%
CNAT
2.06
-0.1
-4.63%
CRXM
0.155
0.00
N/A%
CYTX
2.09
0.00
N/A%
DXCM
79.33
0.00
N/A%
GNMK
8.7
0.00
N/A%
HALO
8.63
+0.2
+2.37%
ILMN
140.38
0.00
N/A%
INNV
0.21
0.00
N/A%
INO
9.24
0.00
N/A%
ISCO
1.98
0.00
N/A%
ISIS
57.56
0.00
0.00%
LGND
119.27
0.00
N/A%
LPTN
2.18
0.00
N/A%
MBVX
0.55
0.00
N/A%
MEIP
1.36
0.00
N/A%
MNOV
7.55
0.00
N/A%
MRTX
5.46
0.00
N/A%
MSTX
0.47
0.00
N/A%
NBIX
45.45
+0.06
+0.13%
NUVA
59.72
0.00
N/A%
ONCS
1.64
0.00
N/A%
ONVO
3.72
+0.08
+2.20%
OREX
0.43
0.00
N/A%
OTIC
15.88
0.00
N/A%
QDEL
17.86
0.00
N/A%
RCPT
231.96
0.00
0.00%
RGLS
2.89
0.00
N/A%
RMD
63.23
0.00
N/A%
SPHS
2.15
0.00
N/A%
SRNE
5.6
0.00
N/A%
TROV
4.53
0.00
N/A%
VICL
4.53
0.00
N/A%
VOLC
18
0.00
N/A%
ZGNX
8.05
0.00
N/A%
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Changing the Future

February 11, 2016 – 7:00 am

UC San Diego Division of Social Sciences alumna Helen Griffith had little interest in a career in education when she came to campus as a transfer student. There was no way, she said, she would work around the clock…

Still Connected After all These Years

February 4, 2016 – 7:00 am

“I don’t really understand how people who have been active in the university can retire,” said William Fenical, UC San Diego distinguished professor of oceanography and director of the Center for Marine Biotechnology and Biomedicine at Scripps Institution of Oceanography. “We’ve dedicated every waking moment of our lives for 50 years to doing things that are beneficial for folks. How do you just drop that?” At 74, Fenical is still is a full-time professor and still researching drugs from the sea, including compounds that look very promising to fight melanoma, multiple myeloma as well as breast and ovarian cancer.

Citizen Scientists Dive in to Support Scripps Exploration on the High Seas

February 4, 2016 – 7:00 am

Scripps Institution of Oceanography’s fleet of research vessels, soon to be augmented with the arrival of the new R/V Sally Ride, has logged hundreds of thousands of nautical miles exploring the world’s oceans—over undersea volcanoes and through monstrous waves—seeking answers to some of the planet’s most daunting environmental challenges.

The Power of One Voice

January 28, 2016 – 7:00 am

Where others might see obstacles, Dejanay Wayne sees opportunity. For the past two months, the UC San Diego undergraduate has taken the initiative to meet one-on-one with campus leadership to share her ideas on how…

Star Role Models

January 21, 2016 – 7:00 am

Quinn Konopacky measures the infrared radiation emanating from Jupiter-sized planets outside of our solar system, which provides a view of their distant atmospheres.

Ice King

January 14, 2016 – 7:00 am

Landing a jump on ice takes confidence and skill, not to mention courage. Years of training and preparation culminates in a make-or-break moment that can end in triumph or catastrophe. But the pressure doesn’t get to Richard Dornbush anymore.

The Robotic Force Awakens at UC San Diego

January 14, 2016 – 7:00 am

The movie premiere was still more than a week away, but Star Wars fever was already peaking at UC San Diego Dec. 9 during the campus’ semi-annual robotics competition. This year, the event was themed after the movie—of course—with teaching assistants dressing up as Jedi Knights and professor Michael Tolley donning a Star Wars rebel helmet. A total of 45 teams and 165 students vied for the big win.

Somali, Swahili and Other Ethnic Recipes Go Low-Cal Thanks to Community Health Partnership

January 14, 2016 – 7:00 am

Promoting good nutrition and combatting obesity are worthy goals, but in some San Diego neighborhoods you’d better speak Swahili or you won’t get far.

UC San Diego’s Big Ideas for 2016 — and Beyond

January 7, 2016 – 7:00 am

The new year is a time to take stock of past accomplishments, and UC San Diego has no shortage of those. We once again surpassed $1 billion in research funding in 2014-15, an extraordinary accomplishment that places us among the top five research universities in the nation. And we put that research funding to good use — in 2015, Washington Monthly once again ranked UC San Diego as the No. 1 university in the nation for its positive impact. The new year is also a time to look forward to what we want to accomplish next. Here, 14 visionaries from around the campus share their “big ideas” for revolutionizing our local community and our planet — in 2016 and beyond.

UC San Diego’s Big Ideas for 2016 — and Beyond

January 7, 2016 – 7:00 am

The new year is a time to take stock of past accomplishments, and UC San Diego has no shortage of those. We once again surpassed $1 billion in research funding in 2014-15, an extraordinary accomplishment that places us among the top five research universities in the nation. And we put that research funding to good use — in 2015, Washington Monthly once again ranked UC San Diego as the No. 1 university in the nation for its positive impact. The new year is also a time to look forward to what we want to accomplish next. Here, 14 visionaries from around the campus share their “big ideas” for revolutionizing our local community and our planet — in 2016 and beyond.