Every Thursday afternoon, students gather in a light-filled teaching studio of Jacobs Hall to develop technology-based solutions to a very tangible problem: ideologically motivated violence in the United States.
Synthetic spider silk for sale in a $314 necktie
3/15/2017 MIT Technology Review - Bolt Threads, co-founded by bioengineering grad David Breslauer (Ph.D.'10), is releasing its first commercially available spider-silk product: a $314 limited-edition necktie, spun from fibers grown in the startup's lab.
Gift from virtual reality pioneer Immerex will create AR/VR lab at Berkeley
3/14/2017 - A gift from the entertainment virtual reality company Immerex will outfit a new lab for Berkeley’s accelerating work in AR/VR, from training doctors to enhancing artistic performances.
Origin stories at The House
3/13/2017 - A new course this semester combines inspiring startup stories with a nuts-and-bolts guide for accessing and leveraging Berkeley’s maturing innovation ecosystem.
AI needs more humans in it
3/9/2017 Medium - EECS assistant professor Anca Dragan writes about the AI4ALL education program she's leading at Berkeley, BAIR Camp, where high school students will explore human-centered artificial intelligence.
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