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To Be or Not To Be...An Entrepreneur
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To Be or Not To Be...An Entrepreneur

Researchers found that a company's legal status — whether incorporated vs. unincorporated — is a reliable measure to distinguish risk-taking entrepreneurs requiring...

Flatiron Institute to Repurpose SDSC's 'Gordon' Supercomputer
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Flatiron Institute to Repurpose SDSC's 'Gordon' Supercomputer

The Flatiron Institute will use the majority of the data-intensive Gordon supercomputer at San Diego Supercomputer Center for ongoing research following completion...

Nano-Implant Could One Day Help Restore Sight
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Nano-Implant Could One Day Help Restore Sight

With high-resolution retinal prosthesis built from nanowires and wireless electronics, engineers are one step closer to restoring neurons' ability to respond to...

Engineers Develop Powerful Millimeter-Wave Signal Generator
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Engineers Develop Powerful Millimeter-Wave Signal Generator

Integrated circuit researchers at the University of California, Irvine have created a silicon microchip-based component that could revolutionize scanning, spectroscopy...

UCSD Comet Supercomputer Surpasses '10,000 Users' Milestone
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UCSD Comet Supercomputer Surpasses '10,000 Users' Milestone

About 15,000 users have used Comet, the petascale supercomputer at the San Diego Supercomputer Center, to run science gateway jobs since the system went into production...

Research Resolves a Debate Over 'Killer Electrons' in Space
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Research Resolves a Debate Over 'Killer Electrons' in Space

Newly published findings by an international team of researchers answer a fundamental question about our space environment and will help scientists develop methods...

Sprinkling of Neural Dust Opens Door to Electroceuticals
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Sprinkling of Neural Dust Opens Door to Electroceuticals

University of California, Berkeley engineers have built the first dust-sized, wireless sensors that can be implanted in the body, bringing closer the day when a...

Engineer Explores Heat Recovery from Silicon Nanowires at High Temperatures
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Engineer Explores Heat Recovery from Silicon Nanowires at High Temperatures

A University of California-Irvine engineer has invented a method for analyzing nanowires at temperatures approaching 800 degrees Fahrenheit, showing the possibility...

2-D Nanomaterials Unlock Graphene Electronics Applications
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2-D Nanomaterials Unlock Graphene Electronics Applications

Researchers used three different two-dimensional (2-D) materials to construct a voltage-controlled oscillator device that operates at room temperature. The technology...

All Powered Up
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All Powered Up

Researchers from University of California, Irvine have invented a nanowire-based battery material that can be recharged hundreds of thousands of times, moving closer...

Cockroach Inspires Robot That Squeezes Through Cracks
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Cockroach Inspires Robot That Squeezes Through Cracks

Inspired by creepy cockroaches, UC Berkeley researchers have developed a robot that can crawl even when squashed to half its size.

A New-Generation Exoskeleton Helps the Paralyzed to Walk
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A New-Generation Exoskeleton Helps the Paralyzed to Walk

UC Berkeley's Robotics and Human Engineering Laboratory has been working for more than a decade to create robotic exoskeletons that allow those with limited mobility...

Graphene Barrier Precisely Controls Molecules Within Nanoelectronics
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Graphene Barrier Precisely Controls Molecules Within Nanoelectronics

UCLA scientists have found an effective way to place molecules in the specific patterns they need within tiny nanoelectronic devices.

Think Twice About Android Root
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Think Twice About Android Root

A study by UC Riverside engineers quantifies the amount of Android root exploits available in commercial software, and shows that they can be easily abused.

Why Do Infants Smile? Researchers Use Robots to Find an Answer
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Why Do Infants Smile? Researchers Use Robots to Find an Answer

A team of computer scientists, roboticists, and developmental psychologists confirm what most parents already suspect: babies smile with a purpose — to make the...

Researchers Make Magnetic Graphene
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Researchers Make Magnetic Graphene

A team at the University of California, Riverside has found a way to induce magnetism in graphene while also preserving graphene's electronic properties, a development...

UC Santa Cruz Creates New Department of Computational Media
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UC Santa Cruz Creates New Department of Computational Media

The University of California, Santa Cruz has created a Department of Computational Media, an academic home for a new interdisciplinary field that is concerned...

Keeping Track of Time in Cyber-Physical Systems
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Keeping Track of Time in Cyber-Physical Systems

The U.S. National Science Foundation has announced a five-year, $4 million award to tackle the challenge of time in cyber-physical system.

Nanoengineers Develop Basis for Electronics That Stretch at the Molecular Level
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Nanoengineers Develop Basis for Electronics That Stretch at the Molecular Level

Nanoengineers at the University of California, San Diego are asking what might be possible if semiconductor materials were flexible and stretchable without sacrificing...

Calling All Girls: Coding Is Cool!
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Calling All Girls: Coding Is Cool!

A partnership of universities and industry support groups this month is launching GirlTECH San Diego, a non-profit collaborative community program aimed at encouraging...
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