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June 28, 2018
Commencement Speech Is a Study in Flow States

An improvised commencement address was also a demonstration of positive flow state as invited speaker Albert Yu-Min Lin paid tribute to the 2018 graduating class of UC San Diego's Thurgood Marshall College.[more]

 

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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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