Canada and California Forge Strategic Innovation Partnership Involving Calit2
June 22, 2006
UCI’s HIPerWall Profiled on Apple Web site
June 21, 2006
New CNSI / CNS Education Program: INSCITES Student Teaching Scholars
June 21, 2006
SF Mayor and Young Global Leaders visit QB3
June 8, 2006
CITRIS Research Brings Eye Care to Thousands in India
June 6, 2006
Solving the Problem of Access to Clean Water
May 22, 2006
UCSB, UCLA, UCB and Stanford Join to Establish Western Institute of Nanoelectronics
Institute brings together best interdisciplinary talents in nanoelectronics worldwide; collaboration is among world's largest spintronics efforts
March 9, 2006
Bioengineer shines new light on the other stem cells
New home for synthetic biology
May 25, 2005
Leading QB3 and LBNL researchers in synthetic biology have moved into new research space in west Berkeley. The partnership is designed to accelerate growth in the multidisciplinary field, which holds promise for preventing and treating disease, generating new energy sources, and preventing and mitigating environmental threats.
DOE funds project to explore extreme organisms
May 13, 2005
A project to sequence the genomes of five microscopic species that grow and live in boiling hot conditions, members of the domain Archaea, has received support from the Community Sequencing Program of the Department of Energy. Project researchers come from UCSC, UCLA, and Penn State, and include QB3's Todd Lowe.
Students tour Plexxikon
May 5, 2005
Local biotech company Plexxikon hosted eleven UC Berkeley students on May 5 for a full tour, lecture on drug development, and visits with company executives. The students are participating in QB3 and Department of Bioengineering internship programs.
Carolyn Bertozzi named to NAS
May 3, 2005
UC Berkeley chemistry professor Carolyn R. Bertozzi was among 72 new members and 18 new foreign associates announced May 3 by the National Academy of Sciences.
Jay Keasling to head division at LBNL
April 19, 2005
QB3's Jay Keasling has been appointed the new Director of the Physical Biosciences Division at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, succeeding Graham Fleming, who founded the division in 1997 and was recently appointed Deputy Director.
A new guide to exploring the protein universe
March 31, 2005
Parallel universes are the subjects of heated debate in cosmology, but there is a parallel universe located here on Earth, and the fabric of its existence is as critical to our own as the fabric of space and time.
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