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Gphone sensor and app for blood glucose monitoring

December 10, 2017
New Smartphone Case Offers Blood Glucose Monitoring on the Go

ECE and NanoEngineering faculty from the Center for Wearable Sensors have developed a smartphone case and app to make it easier for patients to record and track their blood glucose levels. The faculty are academic participants in QI.[more]

 

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2.14.2012
"4-Traders"
InterDigital, Inc. : InterDigital and Calit2 Launch InterDigital Innovation Challenge

InterDigital and the UCSD division of Calit2 announce the launch of the $175,000 InterDigital Innovation Challenge.
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2.14.2012
"San Diego Source"
UC San Diego, InterDigital launch new tech contest

InterDigital and the UCSD division of Calit2 announce the launch of the $175,000 InterDigital Innovation Challenge.
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2.9.2012
"San Diego Reader"
UCSD Announces Alumni Honorees

Reader reporter Dave Rice announces UCSD's 2012 Alumni Honorees, who include Calit2 research scientist Albert Lin.
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2.7.2012
"Scripps Translational Science Institute"
Future Health at Calit2

STSI profiles the Future Health event, a Calit2-hosted discussion featuring a number of luminaries from the Quantified Self movement.
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1.31.2012
"San Diego Reader"
Visiting Artist: Gail Wight

San Diego Reader reporter Bobby Bray profiles artist Gail Wight, who will speak at the Calit2 Auditorium Feb. 2, 2012.
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1.31.2012
"San Diego Union-Tribune"
His focus is on ancient mines, not just Solomon’s

Union-Tribune reporter Pat Flynn chronicles the recent work of Tom Levy, who is the associate director of CISA3 at Calit2.
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1.31.2012
"Philadelphia Inquirer"
Global contest will lead to help during heart attacks

An article by Philadelphia Inquirer reporter Marie McCullough mentions Calit2-affiliated research scientist Manuel Cebrian, who is leading a team effort to find automated external defibrillators in the Philadelphia area using crowd-sourcing.
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1.31.2012
"Newswise"
New Technologies to Patient Care: The Promise and the Peril

Newswise announces the UCSD Patient Safety Conference, which will include 'a look at the future with Calit2.'
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1.24.2012
"The Kavli Foundation"
Recipe for a Robot: What it Takes to Make a Social Robot

The Kavli Foundation, which is "dedicated to the goals of advancing science for the benefit of humanity and promoting increased public understanding and support for scientists and their work," features research by Calit2's Ayse Saygin in a feature about social robots.
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1.12.2012
"National Geographic Daily News"
Google Science Fair Opens Today!

National Geographic blogger Andrew Howley features Calit2 explorer Albert Lin on his story on the Google Science Fair, which opens today. Lin is one of the judges for the fair.
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1.11.2012
"Hindustan Times"
How cell phones may help in weight loss

The Indian newspaper reports on a study out of Calit2's Center for Wireless and Population Health Systems that will evaluate the use of cell phone text messages to remind participants to make wise nutritional choices throughout the day.
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1.11.2012
"MedIndia.com"
Soon, Cell Phones Could Help Lose Weight

MedIndia.com picks up a story about a new study out of Calit2's Center for Wireless and Population Health Systems that will study the effects of cell phones in the battle against obesity.
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1.10.2012
"NewKerala.com"
Cell phones may soon help you shed those extra kilos

A new study by researchers with Calit2's Center for Wireless and Population Health Systems are studying cell phone technology as a means of helping with weight loss.
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1.10.2012
"BioPortfolio"
'ConTxt' study to evaluate whether cell phone technology can help with weight loss

An article about a study by Calit2's Center for Wireless and Population Health Systems to examine how cell phone technology can lead to weight loss turns up in BioPortfolio.
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1.10.2012
"UTSanDiego.com"
Can text messages help you lose weight?

UT San Diego's Gary Robbins reports on a new study by Calit2's Center for Wireless and Population Health Systems to see if cell phone use has a measurable effect on weight loss.
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1.10.2012
"Armenian Medical Network"
Pick Up the Cell Phone, Drop the Pounds

The Armenian Medical Network picks up an article about a new study out of Calit2’s Center for Wireless and Population Health Systems that will examine the effect of cell phone technology on weight loss.

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1.10.2012
"North County Times"
Cell phones as weight-reducers: Study seeks volunteers

NCT writer Bradley J. Fikes features Calit2's Center for Wireless and Population Health Systems and UCSD's Department of Family and Preventive Medicine, which are expanding a previous study aimed at finding out if cell phone technology can help with weight loss.
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1.10.2012
"TruthDive"
Cell phones may soon help you shed those extra kilos

Researchers with Calit2′s Center for Wireless and Population Health Systems (CWPHS) and the Department of Family and Preventive Medicine, at University of California, San Diego are expanding a previous study aimed at finding out if cell phone technology can help with weight loss.
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1.1.2012
"North County Times"
Cell phones as weight-reducers: Study seeks volunteers

North County Times staff writer Bradley Fikes reports on the ConTxt study being led by researchers at the Calit2-based Center for Wireless and Population Health Systems.
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1.1.2012
"PhysOrg"
Pick up the cell phone, drop the pounds

PhysOrg picks up a story about ConTxt, a new study out of Calit2’s Center for Wireless and Population Health Systems that will examine the effects of cell phone use in mitigating obesity.
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1.1.2012
"The Guardian"
Art historians say they have found evidence of hidden Leonardo da Vinci

Tom Kington of the Guardian reports from Florence on the announcement by Calit2/CISA3 researchers that they might have discovered evidence of a hidden painting by Leonardo da Vinci.
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1.1.2012
"Discover Magazine"
Health insurance remains (and will remain) relevant

Discover blogger Razib Khan cites a New York Times story on gene sequencing that quotes Calit2 Director Larry Smarr. Khan questions the idea that genomics might render health insurance irrelevant.
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1.1.2012
"Voice of San Diego"
Arts Report: The Mystery Behind the Masterpiece

Voice of San Diego reporter Kelly Bennett features Calit2/CISA3's search for a lost Leonardo da Vinci painting in her Arts Report.
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1.1.2012
"The Hindu Business Line"
What does your inbox say about you?

Anne Eisenberg's New York Times story about quantifying personal data is reprinted in the Business Line and mentions Calit2 Director Larry Smarr.
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1.1.2012
"Scientific Computing"
Arthur C. Clarke Center for Human Imagination Created

The new Arthur C. Clarke Center for Human Imagination, which will be headed by Calit2/CRCA affiliate Sheldon Brown, is announced in Scientific Computing.
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1.1.2012
"San Diego Source (The Daily Transcript)"
2012 Athena Pinnacle Award Nominees -- Educator

Two Calit2 affiliates -- Gabriele Wienhausen and Saura Naderi -- have been nominated for the 2012 Athena Pinnacle Award in the Educator category.
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1.1.2012
"PhysOrg.com"
Students to demonstrate smart camera trap at new engineering competition

PhysOrg reports on a new camera trap developed by UCSD undergrads for the National Geographic/Calit2 Explorers in Engineering program.
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1.1.2012
"The Art Metropolis"
CRCA 40th Anniversary Rocks Calit2

A collage of images from CRCA's 40th anniversary are featured on the Art Metropolis blog.
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1.1.2012
"infoTech"
Qualcomm Life Announces Members of New Advisory Council

InfoTech reports on the members appointed to a new Qualcomm Advisory Council. Among them is Calit2 Director Larry Smarr.
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1.1.2012
"Boston Globe"
Researchers put selves under the microscope

Writer Carolyn Y. Johnson reports on scientists studying their own genomes and she quotes Calit2 director Larry Smarr as saying, "I think you're going to have a revolution... that will lead to a golden age of new diagnostics and therapies."
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1.1.2012
"Boston Globe"
Researchers put selves under the microscope

Boston Globe writer Carolyn Johnson reports on researchers putting selves under the microscrope. It's happening in Boston as well as San Diego, with the advent of the quantitative health movement. Johnson reports Calit2 director Larry Smarr, who "while tracking his own body in detail, detected a signal that turned out to be emerging Crohn's disease."
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1.1.2012
"Al Jarida"
Medicine's Digital Nurse: Self-monitoring techniques for measuring body functions day and night

The Kuwaiti newspaper Al Jarida features Calit2 Director Larry Smarr in a story that originally appeared in Germany's Der Spiegel about Smarr's journey to quantify his health data.
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1.1.2012
"San Diego Biotechnology Connection"
Amid U.S. pertussis outbreak, San Diego battling ‘whooping cough’ with health text messaging

Reporter Rex Graham interviews Calit2 affiliate Kevin Patrick for a story (and video) on how text messaging is being used to increase immunizations in 1-year-olds.
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1.1.2012
"WCSH 6 Washington"
Crowdsourcing is a growing social media trend

Calit2 researcher and National Geographic Explorer Albert Lin is featured in a video news clip about crowdsourcing. Lin is using crowdsourcing to help find the tomb of Genghis Khan.
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1.1.2012
"Real Clear Science"
How Larry Smarr Discovered His Own Crohn's Disease

Real Clear Science posts a video that originally appeared in The Atlantic magazine, which features Calit2 Director Larry Smarr.
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1.1.2012
"TMC.net"
Tech Making Man Into God

A story that originally appeared in the Lancaster, Pa. Sunday News cites an Atlantic piece that features Calit2 Director Larry Smarr and his quest to quantify his health using biometric sensors.
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1.1.2012
"U-T San Diego"
Search for lost painting ties into play

Arts reporter Jim Hebert of the U-T San Diego describes a presentation by Calit2 researcher Maurizio Seracini and his team on their quest to find a lost painting by Leonardo da Vinci.
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1.1.2012
"The Value of Openness"
Know Thyself. Quantify Thyself.

The 'Patients Like Me' website features a blog post about the Quantified Self movement, featuring QSer and Calit2 Director Larry Smarr.
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1.1.2012
"The American Ceramic Society"
Big Data getting big attention from NIST and mainstream press

In a story about 'big data,' ACerS writer Eileen De Guire features a photo of the Calit2 HIPerSpace Wall.
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