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Jacobs School of Engineering 2024 Award of Excellence Recipients
June 14, 2024

Six undergraduate students were selected from among their peers to receive an Award of Excellence fr...

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Nanosized Blocks Spontaneously Assemble in Water To Create Tiny Floating Checkerboards
June 13, 2024

Researchers have engineered nanosized cubes that spontaneously form a two-dimensional checkerboard p...

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Swimming Microrobots Deliver Cancer-fighting Drugs to Metastatic Lung Tumors in Mice
June 12, 2024

Engineers have developed microscopic robots, known as microrobots, capable of swimming through ...

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Advanced AI-Based Techniques Scale-up Solving Complex Combinatorial Optimization Problems
June 10, 2024

A framework based on advanced AI techniques can solve complex, computationally intensive problems fa...

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Wearable Ultrasound Patch Enables Continuous, Non-Invasive Monitoring of Cerebral Blood Flow
May 22, 2024

Engineers at the University of California San Diego have developed a wearable ultrasound patch that ...

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$21 Million Gift to UC San Diego Honors Unique Efforts to Link Chemical and Nano Engineering More Strongly
May 21, 2024

A $21M gift from Aiiso Yufeng Li (Jeff) and his wife, DongDong Li (Doreen), honors unique efforts at...

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'MUSIC Map' Reveals Some Brain Cells Age Faster and Are More Prevalent in Alzheimer's
May 14, 2024

UC San Diego engineers have discovered that some brain cells age more rapidly than others, and they ...

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Franklin Antonio Hall Sparks Research Collaborations
May 13, 2024

From improving tools for robot-assisted surgery to studying how humans prefer to interact with robot...

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Plant Virus Treatment Shows Promise in Fighting Metastatic Cancers in Mice
May 13, 2024

An experimental treatment made from a plant virus is effective at protecting against a broad range o...

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Alumna-led Giving Day challenge encourages support for Jacobs School of Engineering students
May 13, 2024

Sally Schoberg earned a degree in Applied Physics and Information Science (APIS) – what today ...

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In Memoriam: Joan Klein Jacobs, Beloved Philanthropist and Community Leader
May 7, 2024

Jacobs left a legacy of vast positive impact on UC San Diego, the region and the world. Together wit...

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Mentorship Programs are Key to Student Involvement, Success in STEM
May 7, 2024

Engineering and computer science undergraduate students who take part in mentorship programs are mor...

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