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News Releases

Nanoengineer Wins Award for New Biofuel Cells Technology
December 21, 2011

  Small, inexpensive biofuel cells that power smart tiny medical sensors are what Joshua...

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UC San Diego Team's Effort in DARPA's Shredder Challenge Derailed by Sabotage
December 21, 2011

  After a strong start in the U.S. Defense Department’s $50,000 ‘Shredder Ch...

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Researchers Create Living 'Neon Signs' Composed of Millions of Glowing Bacteria
December 19, 2011

  In an example of life imitating art, biologists and bioengineers at UC San Diego have ...

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Three UC San Diego Computer Scientists Named ACM Fellows
December 12, 2011

  Professors Keith Marzullo, Dean M. Tullsen and Amin Vahdat from the Department of Comp...

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New Shu Chien Lab in New Research Building to Investigate Best Environment to Grow Stem Cells
December 7, 2011

  Bioengineering Professor Shu Chien, who recently received a National Medal of Science ...

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Computer Simulations Shed Light on the Physics of Rainbows
December 6, 2011

  Computer scientists at UC San Diego, who set out to simulate all rainbows found in nat...

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Proton Beam Experiments Open New Areas of Research
December 5, 2011

  By focusing proton beams and using high intensity lasers, a team of scientists have di...

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Up in the Air
December 2, 2011

  Students in an introductory aerospace engineering class at the Jacobs School got a uni...

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Jacobs School Recruiting for 10 Positions in 2011-12
November 28, 2011

  The Jacobs School of Engineering at UC San Diego currently is recruiting for 10 open f...

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New UC San Diego Bioengineering Professor Uncovers Cancer Metabolism Insights
November 21, 2011

Research from a new member of the bioengineering faculty at the UC San Diego Jacobs School of Eng...

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Fallen Star Hoist at the Jacobs School
November 15, 2011

  A scene right out of the “Wizard of Oz,” with a few modern twists, is taki...

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$50,000 to Solve the Most Complicated Puzzle
November 15, 2011

  Every few years the Pentagon’s Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA)...

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