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Bioengineers inducted into prestigious institution 1/28/16
Bioengineers inducted into prestigious institution
Three bioengineers at the University of California, San Diego, will be inducted into the College of Fellows of the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering (AIMBE), the organization announced. Professors Karen Christman, Gabriel Silva and Shyni Varghese will be recognized during a ceremony at the National Academy of Sciences Great Hall in Washington, DC, on April 4. 
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Alumni Spotlight: Q&A with Mary Bui-Pham (Chemical Engineering, PhD '92) 1/13/16
Alumni Spotlight: Q&A with Mary Bui-Pham (Chemical Engineering, PhD '92)
When Mary Bui-Pham completed her PhD in Chemical Engineering at the Jacobs School of Engineering at the University of California, San Diego, she never dreamed she’d be the Chief-of-Staff for a division of Yahoo!, Inc. Learn about her career path and her role at Yahoo! in this Q&A.
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UC San Diego Electrical Engineering Department Celebrates 50 Years of Innovation 12/8/15
UC San Diego Electrical Engineering Department Celebrates 50 Years of Innovation
The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) at the University of California, San Diego celebrated its 50th Anniversary on Friday, November 13. To commemorate the celebration, the ECE department hosted a booth during the UC San Diego Founders Day Festival and held the ECE 50th Anniversary Founders Day Event in the evening in Jacobs Hall. The evening event included a reception, student posters, the unveiling of the Electrical and Computer Engineering historical timeline, and talks by faculty, alumni and other special guests.
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New findings on fat cell metabolism could lead to new approaches for treating diabetes and obesity 11/16/15
New findings on fat cell metabolism could lead to new approaches for treating diabetes and obesity
Researchers at the University of California, San Diego report new insights into what nutrients fat cells metabolize to make fatty acids. The findings pave the way for understanding potential irregularities in fat cell metabolism that occur in patients with diabetes and obesity and could lead to new treatments for these conditions. 
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