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Tissue engineering at UC San Diego: a summer to remember
This summer,
there is a group of about 20 high school students who are immersed in t issue engineering and regenerative medicine at UC San Diego.
The students are part of the state-wide COSMOS program, which is a four-week,
sleep-in-the-dorms, engineering-s...
Tissue engineering at UC San Diego: a summer to remember
Tissue engineering at UC San Diego: a summer to remember
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2018 John Dawson Award for Excellence in Plasma Physics Research
Richard A. Moyer ,  a Research Scientist at the UC San Diego Center for Energy Research , is one of three people who have been awarded the 2018 John Dawson Award for Excellence in Plasma Physics Research. The other two awardees are Todd E. Evans of General ...
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Adam Feist: Harnessing Evolution as a Tool
Adam Feist , a UC San Diego bioengineering alumnus (PhD) and
current Project Scientist, has been awarded the Jay
Bailey Young Investigator Award from the Society for Biological
Engineering. The journal Metabolic Engineering sponsored the 2018 award, and
the...
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B.J. (Byungji) Kim: Materials Science and Engineering graduate student
B.J. (Byungji) Kim is the graduate student who was recognized, in the month of May, by the Jacobs Graduate Student Council at the UC San Diego Jacobs School of Engineering. B.J. Kim is a PhD candidate in the Material Science and Engineering Program at UC Sa...
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Maternal Depression Awareness Month: a day of advocacy
Tomorrow: Saturday May
19, 2018 UC San Diego bioengineering major Julie Yip is co-hosting a Day of
Advocacy in recognition of May as Maternal Depression Awareness Month. The free
event is here at UC San Diego at The
Basement . When: Saturday, May 19,
2018 f...
Maternal Depression Awareness Month: a day of advocacy
Maternal Depression Awareness Month: a day of advocacy
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Solid State LIDAR Startup from Jacobs School Wins Biz Competition
A startup that emerged from the UC San
Diego electrical and computer  engineering department took first place this week in the Triton Innovation Challenge ,
an annual UC San Diego business competition for environmentally focused
technologies. The team is wo...
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UC San Diego Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Professor Miroslav Krstic Receives ASME Rufus Oldenburger Medal
UC San Diego mechanical and aerospace
engineering professor Miroslav Krstic received the ASME Rufus Oldenburger Medal for lifetime achievements in automatic control at 10th ASME Dynamic Systems& Control Conference in Washington, DC in October 2017.  Kristic...
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3D-Printed Space Rocket Startup Funded by New VC Fund Contrary Capital
UC San Diego Jacobs School of Engineering students are the
founders of one of the first two university startups to receive funding by a
new VC fund called Contrary Capital . Contrary Capital has a novel take on tracking down university
startups to invest in...
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Undergraduate Bioengineering Program at UC San Diego Ranks #6 in the Nation and #2 among Public Engineering Schools
The U.S. News and World Report Best Colleges guidebook rankings
are out today and the bioengineering
undergraduate program at the University of California San Diego Jacobs
School of Engineering is ranked #6 in the nation and #2 among public schools. In the ...
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Mechanical engineering alumus honored for work on autonomous amphibious vehicle
UC San Diego Jacobs School of Engineering mechanical
engineering alumnus Aaron Burnmeister (B.S. mechanical engineering 2001) has
been selected as one of the nation’s top scientists and engineers of the year
by the Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Resear...
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