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August 7, 2020
Qualcomm Institute-based Startup Receives Funding to Continue Development of Opioid Sensor

CARI Therapeutics, a member of UC San Diego's Qualcomm Institute Innovation Space, has received additional funding to refine their tiny implantable biosensor that could help combat the deadly and destructive opioid crisis in the U.S.[more]

 

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12.10.2000
"New York Times"
The Soul of the Ultimate Machine

Larry Smarr discuss his vision for what he calls "the emerging planetary supercomputer."
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12.8.2000
"New York Times"
3 Research Centers for California

Gov. Gray Davis of California announces the establishment of three major research institutions dedicated to nanotechnology, biotechnology, and telecommunications and computing.
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12.8.2000
"LA Times"
Davis Awards Science Funds


12.8.2000
"SD Union-Tribune"
UCSD, UC Irvine Getting $300 Million to 'Invent Future'


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