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Women Produce Skin Temperature Data that are Just as Predictable as Men

November 9, 2023

Women Produce Skin Temperature Data that are Just as Predictable as Men

Women produce physiological data that is just as predictable as men, at least when it comes to skin temperature. This might seem like common sense, but variations in body signals due to menstrual cycles, such as temperature, were used as an excuse to keep women out of clinical studies for decades.    Full Story


UC San Diego Researchers Awarded $1 Million to Build First-of-its-Kind Microscope

November 7, 2023

UC San Diego Researchers Awarded $1 Million to Build First-of-its-Kind Microscope

The National Science Foundation has awarded $1 million to an interdisciplinary UC San Diego research team to build a first-of-its-kind, super-resolution microscope that will set the stage for advances in the biomedical sciences. Using materials custom-built at the university, the machine has the potential to achieve 10 times the resolution and more than 100 times the measurement speed of similar microscopes at current state-of-the-art levels. Full Story


UC San Diego and Mount Sinai Receive $8.5M NIH Award for Data Integration Hub

October 11, 2023

UC San Diego and Mount Sinai Receive $8.5M NIH Award for Data Integration Hub

Researchers at the University of California San Diego and the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai have been awarded an $8.5 million grant to create a data integration hub aimed at accelerating novel therapeutics and cures for diseases within initiatives supported by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Common Fund. Full Story