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Graduate students in Lipomi Lab demonstrate human touch sensitivity.

December 14, 2017
Less Than Skin Deep: Humans Can Feel Molecular Differences between Nearly Identical Surfaces

QI academic participant and NanoEngineering professor Darren Lipomi, working with neuroscientist V.S. Ramachandran, have proved human touch allows us to feel a single layer of molecules -- the greatest human tactile sensitivity ever shown.[more]

 

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1.1.2006
"ABC Good Morning America"
Schools Become High Tech

Parenting correspondent Ann Pleshette Murphy reports on the wave of high tech innovation in classrooms, including experiments at UCSD with the robot Asobo to help very young children learn. Machine Perception Lab director Javier Movellan, based in Atkinson Hall, was interviewed. (Flash video can be viewed from the news site.)
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1.1.2006
"China Radio International Online"
U.S. researchers use advanced technology to locate tomb of Genghis Khan

The English language version of CRI runs a story from Xinhua News.
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1.1.2006
"FreshNews.com"
Ortiva Wireless Named to SiliconIndia's List of Top Ten Wireless Technology Companies

The online news service notes that the company started by Calit2 participant Sujit Dey, Ortiva Wireless, has been named to SiliconIndia magazine's list of Top Ten Technology Companies founded and managed by Indians within the U.S.
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1.1.2006
"HPCwire"
UC San Diego Researchers Visualize Cultural Patterns

The high-performance networking news service reports on the award of 330,000 hours of time on DOE supercomputers for the Calit2-based Software Studies Initiative.
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