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Researchers Learn How Blood Vessel Cells Cope with their Pressure-Packed Job
November 1, 2005

UCSD researchers stretched cells in a workout chamber the size of a credit card to gain a better und...

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UCSD Researchers Report World Record Efficiency for High-Power Amplifiers for Cellular Base Stations
October 31, 2005

Engineers at UCSD and industry collaborators have achieved greater than 50 percent efficiency in pow...

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UC San Diego Dedicates Technology Institute and Honors Former UC President
October 28, 2005

UCSD dedicated its new 215,000 square foot California Institute for Telecommunications and Informati...

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California Computer Scientists Double Volume of Data in NIH Biotech Repository
October 26, 2005

CSE professor Eleazar Eskin led an effort to use a different, very fast and relatively low-cost...

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Scientists Discover Secret Behind Human Red Blood Cell's Amazing Flexibility
October 21, 2005

A team of UCSD researchers discovered how a mesh-like protein skeleton gives a healthy human re...

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Coastal bluffs provide more sand to California beaches than previously believed
October 12, 2005

What had been thought to be a minor source of Southern California's beach sand – erosion from ...

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Thinking Big with the Very Small: Focus of New Cancer Nanotechnology Center at UCSD
October 3, 2005

In a new national effort to fight cancer with “nanoscale” devices that find and destroy ...

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Noise and Delays Explain Why Some Genes Oscillate in Activity
September 30, 2005

UCSD scientists report in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences that the coupling of noise...

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UC San Diego Opens State-of-the-Art Computer Science and Engineering Building
September 30, 2005

The UC San Diego Jacobs School of Engineering dedicates its new Computer Science and Engineering (CS...

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First International Real-time Streaming of 4K Digital Cinema over Gigabit IP Optical Fiber Networks
September 26, 2005

For iGrid 2005 at Calit2 on the UCSD campus, partners from Japan and the U.S. demonstrated the first...

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Jacobs School Researchers Work with HPWREN on Allocating Resources in Wireless Sensor Networks
September 12, 2005

An interdisciplinary team of researchers from the Jacobs School's electrical engineering and compute...

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UCSD Bioengineering Professor Trey Ideker Named Top 35 Young Scientist by MIT's Technology Review Magazine
September 6, 2005

Trey Ideker, an assistant professor of bioengineering at UCSD’s Jacobs School of Engineering, ...

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Time-Saving Tool: Google Galvanizes Invention by UCSD Student during Summer of Code
August 30, 2005

With funding from Google, CSE grad student James Anderson has written open-source code for a ti...

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Intel Helps UCSD Teach Students About Wireless, Multimedia Embedded Systems
August 26, 2005

Intel has donated more than $193,000 worth of advanced developer kits to the Computer Science and En...

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NSF Funds Four UCSD Research Projects in Information Theory With Potential Real-World Applications
August 19, 2005

The NSF has earmarked over $1.2 million over three years for four projects by Jacobs School faculty ...

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