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Mia Savoia: Dual Roles of Dean and Diseases Doctor

Despite advances in global healthcare, the threat of highly infectious diseases spreading out of control, here and abroad, is a constant concern for Mia Savoia… 754 more words

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Collaboration and teamwork are a key to great discoveries

Dozens of instruments from many universities, this is what it takes to do real science! Nowadays, great discoveries are not possible within one laboratory working in isolation. 455 more words

Chemistry

Anotha day, anotha dot

Hello from the UCSD Hydraulics lab! The current time is 00:15, and I’m still a good 2 hours from my pillow. My task between now and zzz’s? 360 more words

Chemistry

CAICE Enriches and Challenges Intellectual Capacity

Growing up in a developing country, Rwanda, located in East Africa, who would have thought we could be part of this huge and positively worldwide contributing project? 261 more words

Chemistry

Another world record...?

I arrived here in San Diego on July 15, 2014 just in time to see everything working!!! This includes phytoplankton blooms occurring in multiple MART systems and of course the 33 m wave flume. 330 more words

Chemistry

CAICE IMPACTS a UCSD Undergrad

After finishing my second year of undergrad at UCSD, I am thrilled to already be a part of the CAICE IMPACTS experiments. My interests revolve around understanding the surface chemistry of seawater and its impact on the selective transfer of species from the bulk seawater to the surface seawater and ultimately to the sea spray aerosols during the phytoplankton bloom in the wave-flume. 377 more words

Chemistry

How science gets done

A lack of sleep, lots of laughs, and a room full of loud pumps: how science gets done!

What a whirlwind the past few weeks have been! 405 more words

Chemistry