The Qualcomm Insitute will demo and display research and technologies in the Family, Imaging, Drone and Robotics Zones at the Faire, which takes place Oct. 3-4 in Balboa Park.
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Sosinsky, a highly regarded scientist and teacher who performed seminal work in the molecular structure of gap junctions and other cell-cell junctions, died yesterday from complications related to a bone marrow transplant. She was 60.
This year's NASIT will feature lectures and workshops by professors from Stanford, USC, Carnegie Mellon and UC Irvine on a wide range of topics, including managing signal interference, optimizing data analysis and channel models for biological communications.
Students at the University of California, San Diego have created RIFFA, a simple framework for communicating data from a computer processor to a Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA). The open-source technology, which can be used with any FPGA vendor on Windows or Linux, could lead to faster design times…
Curators at the San Diego Natural History Museum have enlisted University of California, San Diego archaeologist Dominique Rissolo as a content expert for a new exhibition offering insight into the ancient Maya.
The format for the recent 5G Forum on Next-Generation Wireless Systems and Applications, held at the University of California, San Diego, was a reflection of the two poles — the promise and the peril — that define the future of wireless technology.
What is it about yoga that makes it such a healthful practice? Is it adding mindfulness to movement that does a body good, or adding movement to mindfulness?
Late last year, two University of California, San Diego students set out for Florence, Italy, to diagnose a patient that had no prior medical record, couldn’t be poked or prodded in any way, and hadn’t been in prime condition for more than 800 years.
The Health Data Exploration project – based at the California Institute for Telecommunications and Information Technology (Calit2) and supported by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) – has announced five recipients in its $200,000 Agile Research Project competition.