San Diego has long lost tech talent to a
certain valley to the north. But with alumni-owned companies staying put, the trend
could be fading.
A Triton in the White House
The first-ever chief data scientist at
the White House had to fight to get into
UC San Diego. Given the data at his
disposal, we should be glad he did.
There’s no more denying that climate
change is happening. The question now—
what are we prepared to do about it?
ON THE COVER
Send in the Drones
PAGE 42 Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) are everywhere
nowadays, and UC San Diego alumni are leading the way
in how they will shape the future—from aiding exploration
to advising public policy.
COVER PHOTO: Radley Angelo, ’ 15, CEO of Spark Aerial, returns to campus
where he got his start with drones. Photo by Erik Jepsen/UC San Diego Publications.
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