UCSD is using induced pluripotent stem cells to test new hypotheses of disease mechanisms that may lead to innovative preventative, diagnostic and treatment options for neurodegenerative diseases.
Lapham's Quarterly was founded on the belief that historical comprehension is essential to education - literary, scientific, political, and economic.
Our mission is to entertain and excite audiences by presenting great classical ballets, historical masterpieces, and new, cutting-edge creations--and to build future ballet artists and audiences.
Our programs offer students a wide range of exposure to all types of dance and life skills, such as the importance of staying in school and maintaining a healthy lifestyle.
The Helen Woodward Animal Center offers three-day workshops, as well as an annual International Conference, to animal shelters from across the globe to learn about "the business of saving lives."
Through this new program we will be able to reach children, primarily those in grades K-6th, and their families, who would not otherwise have access to the Museum or its programs.
The New Children’s Museum is dedicated to fostering creativity and innovative thinking through the arts as they relate to children.
We are an award-winning, high-impact social venture that uses journalism as a development tool to educate, employ and empower women in the developing world to produce high-quality local news coverage.
Since its founding in 1916, the Bloomberg School of Public Health has advanced research, education and practice to create solutions to public health problems around the world.
Our Center is engaged in field-based research and humanitarian projects to develop and implement emergency systems that meet the needs of underserved and vulnerable populations in crisis.