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Research IT Services Community Page at UC San Diego

Helping UC San Diego faculty, staff, and student researchers to navigate the complex IT environment for successful research outcomes

4th Annual Research IT Faculty Showcase

We invite you to join us for the 4th Annual Research IT Faculty Showcase, featuring lightning talks by faculty from Arts & Humanities, Ophthalmology, Family Medicine and Public Health, and Scripps Institution of Oceanography. These researchers will discuss work that is underway here on our campus and give attendees a sneak peek behind the scenes […]

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UC terminates subscriptions with elsevier

The University of California concluded its negotiations for the renewal of its systemwide license with scholarly journal publisher Elsevier. Ultimately, the UC decided against signing a new contract with Elsevier as the publisher’s most recent proposal did not include any cap on total amount UC faculty could end up paying in article publishing fees. To […]

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Bruce V. Bigelow Memorial Science Communications Fellowship at UC San Diego

A new opportunity is available for early career science writers and communicators: the Bruce V. Bigelow memorial Science Communications Fellowship at UC San Diego. This opportunity is a new full-time, paid, nine-month interdisciplinary science communications fellowship shared between the communications teams at UC San Diego Health, Jacobs School of Engineering, and Scripps Institute of Oceanography. […]

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Will the government shutdown affect your research work?

Are you a researcher who is funded by an NSF, NASA, NOAA, DOJ, or DHS contract, grant, or award? If so, you need to be aware of the implications that the partial federal government shutdown may have on your work. The university has published this page and will continue to update it with new information […]

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Lucidchart Licensing at UC San Diego

UC San Diego recently licensed the popular visualization tool, Lucidchart, and has made it available to all faculty and staff members at the university. This is very exciting news for researchers whose work can benefit by detailed diagrams that help communicate complex topics and workflows. Are you a Visio user, but need a product that’s […]

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3rd Annual Research IT Faculty Showcase

Are you interested in learning about research activities on the UC San Diego campus? Would you like to know more about advanced research computing services that are available to researchers in our community? Whether you’re a faculty member, staff researcher, postdoctoral scholar, graduate or undergraduate student – if you are involved or interested in research, […]

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Researchers: Take Summer Travel Precautions

Are you a researcher who will be traveling this summer in the course of your work? If so, take just a moment to review this important information! There are steps to be taken to ensure that your equipment and data do not fall victim to potential cyber threats and attacks. In today’s world, the dangers […]

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RDL-share: Large File Transfer Service

If you are like many other researchers we work with, you may often need to share large files with your colleagues here at UCSD or with collaborators at other institutions. Email applications can be prohibitive and restrict attachments to a certain size, and other Internet applications and services have size limits and often fees attached, […]

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How-To (Mac): Using Image Capture to Organize Photos

If you’re like many other Mac users, you may occasionally become frustrated with Apple’s Photos app on your Mac. Researchers, for instance, often have large quantities of photos that need to be organized and stored systematically in a folder tree structure for easy access or analysis. The Photos app does not allow you to do this, […]

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Qualcomm Institute October Mixer

Research IT Services (RITS) representatives were delighted to attend the recent Qualcomm Institute (QI) mixer on Thursday, October 12, 2017, where they had an opportunity to share their work with a group of about 50 attendees – researchers, staff, and others affiliated with the QI. Assistant Director of RITS Claire Mizumoto highlighted some of the […]

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