CARI Therapeutics has received additional funding from the National Institute of Drug Abuse to refine their tiny implantable biosensor that could help combat the deadly and destructive opioid crisis in the United States.
In the midst of the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic that had UC San Diego researchers racing to understand the complexities around the virus’s spread and to find ways to combat it, engineers and fabrication specialists at the Qualcomm Institute’s Prototyping Lab leapt into action.
UC San Diego’s Qualcomm Institute is drawing on its unique range of expertise and technology to help in the rapid prototyping and development of medical supplies desperately needed in the fight against COVID-19.
Proposals are now being accepted through April 30 for the Initiative for Digital Exploration of Arts and Sciences (IDEAS) 2020-2021 Performance Season
A public-private partnership with UC San Diego’s Design Lab will help rural cancer patients design digital health care solutions
Researchers will develop an employment-training program to tap into the talent and potential of autistic adults for technology work.
The Qualcomm Institute's gallery@calit2 will launch its winter exhibit on January 14 with the first of three live events centered on culture, technology and the environment.
The fall season of the Qualcomm Institute’s primary performance series, IDEAS, will kick off October 9
Two years ago this summer, the institute’s immersive virtual reality system morphed from the StarCAVE into the SunCAVE. Its physical shape changed, as did the technology running it. Today, it's a powerful computing system that can process massive amounts of data from all over the world.
Electric Fields, an immersive audio-visual installation sparked by a collaboration between the Qualcomm Institute’s Composer-in-Residence Katharina Rosenberger, neuroscientist Alexander Khalil and multimedia artist John Burnett will premiere June 12 at 6 p.m. in the Atkinson Hall Auditorium.