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New Chip for Waking Up Small Wireless Devices Could Extend Battery Life

November 12, 2019

A new power saving chip could significantly reduce or eliminate the need to replace batteries in Internet of Things (IoT) devices and wearables. The so-called wake-up receiver wakes up a device only when it needs to communicate and perform its function, saving on power use.

New Laser Based on Unusual Physics Phenomenon Could Improve Telecommunications, Computing and More

January 11, 2017

Researchers at the University of California San Diego have demonstrated the world’s first laser based on an unconventional wave physics phenomenon called bound states in the continuum. The technology could revolutionize the development of surface lasers for communications and computing applications, and high-power lasers for industrial and defense applications.

Beaver Hydrologists, Mobiles and Chaos: 20th Anniversary Art Show Highlights

August 8, 2023

Anyone can be an artist: a doctor, a mathematician, a communication specialist. Compelling artwork by members of the UC San Diego community—staff, students, faculty, emeriti, retirees and alumni—are now on display as part of the Visual Arts Group’s 20th Anniversary Art Show.

Marco Werman of the ‘The World’ from GBH and PRX to Host the Public Radio Program from UC San Diego

June 15, 2022

Marco Werman, host of the international news program “The World” from GBH and PRX, will serve as Journalist in Residence for UC San Diego’s Department of Communication and will host the public radio show from a new broadcast studio located in the university department.

Self-driving carts to make their debut on UC San Diego roads in January

October 30, 2017

The University of California San Diego will turn its campus into a test bed for self-driving vehicles starting in January 2018. The project will be implemented in stages. The first will be to put self-driving mail delivery carts on the road. The carts will run on algorithms developed by UC…

Network Calculus Pioneer, UC San Diego Professor Rene Cruz, Dies at 54

July 9, 2013

Rene Leonardo Cruz, professor of electrical and computer engineering at the University of California, San Diego, and a distinguished scholar in the field of communication networks, died at his home from complications of pancreatic cancer on Saturday, June 29. He was 54.

Nation’s First Civility Research Center at UC San Diego to Address Juvenile Justice Reform

May 20, 2021

…Erik Jepsen/UC San Diego Communications. The new Applied Research Center for Civility at UC San Diego will be the nation’s first and serve as an outlet for the pioneering work on society’s most distressing social issues. The National Conflict Resolution Center (NCRC) has announced that disrupting the school-to-prison pipeline is…

New Screening Tool IDs 95 Percent of Stage 1 Pancreatic Cancer

March 21, 2022

UC San Diego study finds new screening tool flags 95 percent of stage 1 pancreatic cancers.

UC San Diego Statement via University Communications

July 4, 2023

UC San Diego Police have arrested three individuals, two of them students and one a recent graduate, in the felony vandalism of the Marine Conservation and Technology Facility on May 30.

Convocation Keynote Urges Students to See World Through Eyes of Those With Different Point of View

September 26, 2013

…an expert in language, communication and culture, was riding in the back of a tractor, traveling between two small farming villages in the southern part of Turkey. Why was she there? To help a graduate student begin her career in communication by studying a newly formed example of sign language…

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