In the Press

Engineers for Exploration has been featured on National Geographic Voices, Gizmodo, the International Business Times, and many other news outlets. Read some of our media features below.

National Geographic Voices: Brink of Extinction: A Technological Approach to Saving the Last Vaquita Porpoises, January 2016

ZOONOOZ: Community-based Conservation of the Mexican Vaquita, September 2014

International Business Times: Drones, Lasers Help Archaeologists Study Ancient Mayan Ruins Hidden In Guatemala Jungle, September 2014

Gizmodo: Researchers Use Drones and Lasers to Map Out Ancient Maya Sites, September 2014

Phys Org: Capturing ancient Maya sites from both a rat’s and a ‘bat’s eye view’, September 2014

Qualcomm Institute Newsroom: Capturing Ancient Maya Sites from Both a Rat’s and a ‘Bat’s Eye View’, September 2014

UT San Diego: Scientists Set to Roam the World, April 2014

Der Spiegel: Letzte Ruhestätte für Rennlegende Native Diver (Final Resting Place for Racing Legend Native Diver) (English), March 2014

Qualcomm Institute Newsroom: Help From On High: UCSD Students Use Aerial ‘Balloon Cam’ to Document Racehorse Exhumation, March 2014

CBS Los Angeles: USC Archeology Students Help Dig Up Remains Of Famed Horse, March 2014

UCSD Guardian: A New Age of Exploration, May 2013

Jacobs School News: UC San Diego Launches Summer Research Opportunity for Undergraduate Explorers, April 2013

Jacobs School News: Engineers for Exploration: Pushing the Boundaries of World-Wide Field Research, June 2012

Jacobs School News: UC San Diego Students to Demonstrate Smart Camera Trap at New Engineering Competition, May 2012

Jacobs School News: Alumni Impact: Engineering Explorers, Fall 2011

Jacobs School News: National Geographic Taps UC San Diego Students for Technology Solutions, March 2010