"Bioengineers achieve holy trinity of stem cell culture"
Bioengineers from the University of California, San Diego have achieved the “Triple Crown” of stem cell culture – they created an artificial environment for stem cells that simultaneously provides the chemical, mechanical and electrical cues necessary for stem cell growth and differentiation Related Jacobs School Link »
11.14.10 San Diego Union Tribune
Union Tribune UCSD 50th Anniversary Special Section
"San Diego Green Tech Gets $1 Million Grant."
There’s good news for budding entrepreneurs at Southern California universities. The Department of Energy has awarded a new $1 million grant to the University of California, San Diego and San Diego State University Related Jacobs School Link »
"Stanford, UCSD Biologists Take Plunge Into Arpanet-Style Project With Sage Bionetworks"
Dr. Ideker takes part in a new initiative. Ideker is Chief of Genetics at the UCSD School of Medicine. He also serves as Professor of Medicine and Bioengineering, Adjunct Professor of Computer Science and Member of the Moores UCSD Cancer Center. Related Jacobs School Link »
11.2.10 Voice of San Diego
"When Your Co. Name Sounds Like an Evil Cyborg"
Profile is part of a series on bioengineering PhD alumnus, Raj Krishnan, founder of Biological Dynamics. Related Jacobs School Link »
10.17.10 NPR Weekend Edition
"Spammers Use the Human Touch to Avoid CAPTCHA"
The August 2010 CAPTCHA paper from computer scientists at UC San Diego made it's way to NPR's Weekend Edition. Related Jacobs School Link »
10.6.10 San Diego Union Tribune
"San Diego hosts global wireless health meeting"
Congrats to electrical engineering PhD student Yu Mike Chi, bioengineering professor Gert Cauwenberghs and the rest of the crew who made it on the front page of the business section of today's San Diego Union Tribune. Related Jacobs School Link »
9.23.10 Voice of San Diego
"Two Goals: Start a Company and Cure Cancer"
Our old friend Raj Krishnan is featured in a Voice of San Diego story about his quest to cure cancer via the startup company (Biological Dynamics) that grew out of his bioengineering PhD research here at the Jacobs School of Engineering. Related Jacobs School Link »