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Engineers Develop Nanofoams for Better Body Armor, Layers of Protection for Buildings

March 25, 2013

…buildings from impacts and blasts. It’s the first time researchers are investigating the use of nanofoams for structural protection.

Insights from UC San Diego Sustainable Power and Energy Center Research Summit

April 22, 2016

…the University of California San Diego recently held a Research Summit for interested industry partners. Attendees from a variety of industry sectors gathered at UC San Diego to interact with faculty and graduate students, tour the UC San Diego microgrid and attend the Jacobs School’s Research Expo in the afternoon.

Future of New Memory Technologies Explored at UC San Diego Workshop

February 21, 2013

Scientists and engineers from around the world will gather to discuss innovations in non-volatile computer memories that help power today’s electronic mobile devices during a three-day workshop held March 3 to 5 at the University of California, San Diego.

Beyond the March for Science

April 27, 2017

…policies and strong federal research funding. Hundreds of UC San Diego community members took part around the world, some even “marching” underwater and on a research vessel off the coast of San Diego. Many marchers reported feeling energized after being surrounded by so many people enthusiastically supporting all aspects of…

Nanoshell Shields Foreign Enzymes Used to Starve Cancer Cells from Immune System

June 17, 2014

Nanoengineers at the University of California, San Diego have developed a nanoshell to protect foreign enzymes used to starve cancer cells as part of chemotherapy. Their work is featured on the June 2014 cover of the journal Nano Letters.

The Most Delicious Way to Support Climate Initiatives

April 20, 2023

Across the University of California, there’s a commitment to increase sustainable food procurement to help reduce the university’s carbon footprint. Here at UC San Diego, we’ve sparked a sustainable change that has rippled throughout the campus.

Engineers Develop Techniques to Improve Efficiency of Cloud Computing Infrastructure

March 6, 2013

…This novel model has already been applied at Google. Researchers presented their findings at the IEEE International Symposium on High Performance Computer Architecture conference Feb. 23 to 27 in China.

Stretchable, Flexible, Wearable Solar Cells Take Top Prize at Research Expo 2016

April 22, 2016

…pool of 215 at Research Expo 2016 April 14 at the University of California San Diego. The winning nanoengineering researchers aim to manufacture small, flexible devices that can power watches, LEDs and wearable sensors. The ultimate goal is to design and build much bigger flexible solar cells that could be…

‘Blinking Microbubbles’ for Early Cancer Screening Take Grand Prize at Research Expo 2012

April 24, 2012

Carolyn Schutt, a Ph.D student in bioengineering at the University of California, San Diego is developing a new imaging technique that could lead to highly-sensitive light imaging deeper inside the body, improving the way we diagnose breast cancer.

Researchers Discover What Makes Deep-Sea Dragonfish Teeth Transparent

June 5, 2019

Researchers discovered what makes the teeth of deep-sea dragonfish transparent. This adaptation, which camouflages dragonfish from prey, results from the teeth having an unusually crystalline nanostructure mixed with amorphous regions. The findings could provide bioinspiration for transparent cerami

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