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A photorealistic digital model of the ancient Temple of Bel in Palmyra, Syria, is currently on display at the UC San Diego Library and the San Diego Natural History Museum.
Sending an email with a forged address is easier than previously thought, due to flaws in the process that allows email forwarding, according to a research team led by computer scientists at the University of California San Diego. 
New research has revealed new insights into the metabolism of these specialized immune cells and how they could be enhanced as immune defense weapons against infections and tumors.
Due to current higher water levels, much information about ancient human civilizations now lies underwater. A team of researchers has shown that robotic unmanned surface vessels offer a potential solution to collecting information from these valuable cultural heritage sites.
Engineers have developed nanoparticles, fashioned from plant viruses, that can deliver pesticide molecules to soil depths that were previously unreachable.
University of California San Diego Chancellor Pradeep Khosla writes about how increasing accessible and affordable on-campus housing for students can help expand access to higher education.
A Yale-led team of physicists has discovered a circular pattern in the movement of electrons in a group of quantum materials known as “strange metals.”
New research used 90 years of seismic data to infer wave heights, creating an unprecedented record of the waves that have pounded California’s coast

Sally Warner is an associate professor of Climate Science at Brandeis. Noel Gutiérrez Brizuela is a Ph.D. Candidate in Physical Oceanography at the University of California, San Diego. 

When a hurricane hits land, the destruction can be visible for years or even decades.

New UC San Diego research reveals people schedule their binge watching, preferring to consecutively watch some programing over others and will pay with money or time to binge shows.