Bored? Check out this brain-bending contest from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency. You could solve it with help from an ambitious UCSD Web site.
This partially 3D-printed prototype can be produced for less than $1,000, much less than commercial utility line robots.
The tech behind a new study may help cardiologists double their success in treating heart arrhythmias by pinpointing the tiny electrical disturbances that cause them.
"Fallen Star," an art piece by Do Ho Suh atop UCSD's engineering school, expresses the artist's disorientation upon arriving in the U.S. from Korea. CNET Road Trip 2012 takes a look.
A lawsuit accuses the operator of a porn site of checking whether a visitor had been to other Web sites using "history sniffing." UCSD researchers say YouPorn isn't alone.
A new type of sensor that can be embedded in cell phones could map both the location and extent of gas leaks and toxins in the air.
A UCSD report with industry backing warns of a wireless datapocalypse unless carriers' demands are met.
Creating a tiny version of a coaxial cable, researchers at the University of California at San Diego create smallest laser to date, an advance that could lead to optical computer chips or high-resolution displays.