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UC San Diego Computer Music Pioneer Wins Silver Lion Prize

September 11, 2023

The 128-year-old European cultural institution La Biennale di Venezia has announced that UC San Diego Qualcomm Institute Composer-in-Residence Miller Puckette has won the Silver Lion award for enabling "the creation of numerous masterworks during recent decades in the history of music."

#MedEd: How Doctors Use Social Media to Advance Medicine

August 29, 2023

Ever wonder what your doctor is doing on social media? A new study published in JAMA led by John W. Ayers, Ph.D., from the Qualcomm Institute within the University of California San Diego, finds some physicians are harnessing the reach of social media to share and debate medical advancements.

Archaeologists Show Unmanned Robotic Vehicles Offer Solution to Challenges Mapping Underwater Sites

August 28, 2023

While cultural heritage sites submerged in shallow waters are difficult to access with traditional research vessels, a U.S.-Greek team has now shown that a robotic vessel can be used to collect information.

Mentorship in the Sonic Arts Strikes a Chord at the Qualcomm Institute

August 22, 2023

The Sonic Arts Research & Development Group at the UC San Diego Qualcomm Institute offers students an array of experiences that fuels their passion for audio technology and propels them into successful careers.

Two-Sided Coin: Engineers for Exploration Program Pays Off for Students and Scientists

August 14, 2023

“This summer, I am getting to further my passion for environmentalism, all while developing critical electrical engineering skills,” says Engineers for Exploration intern Jordan Reichardt.

UC San Diego Researchers Awarded $2 Million from NIH to Visualize Human Brain’s Magnetic Activity

August 14, 2023

UC San Diego researchers at the Qualcomm Institute will use a $2 million NIH award to purchase a new, non-invasive machine to study the magnetic fields of the human brain. The research has applications in epilepsy, concussions and more.

UNESCO Recognizes International Team for Sustainable Underwater Archaeology Efforts

August 8, 2023

UNESCO has awarded a team of researchers from Mexico’s National Institute of Anthropology and History and UC San Diego’s Qualcomm Institute and Scripps Institution of Oceanography for their efforts protecting underwater cultural heritage sites.

Students Showcase Their Work in Augmented and Virtual Reality at the Qualcomm Institute

July 3, 2023

UC San Diego undergraduate students are learning to apply extended reality tools to interdisciplinary projects at the Qualcomm Institute.

UC San Diego Team Wins National Entrepreneurship Challenge in Nanotechnology for Second Year

June 8, 2023

With mentorship from UC San Diego's Qualcomm Institute and Jacobs School of Engineering, postdoctoral fellow Ivonne Gonzalez-Gamboa has won the national Nanotechnology Entrepreneurship Challenge, making this the second consecutive year that a UC San Diego entry secured first place.

What Does ChatGPT Say When You Tell It You Were Assaulted, You’re Suicidal, or Want to Quit Smoking?

June 7, 2023

A new UC San Diego study published in JAMA Network Open provides an early look into how artificially intelligent assistants could help answer public health questions.
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