Oct 28, 2014
In a day and age where nearly every problem is solvable with the help of the trusty internet and fast-powered search engines, why wouldn’t we expect some help in the health department, much more clinical than what we can find on WebMD? It’s a sector many companies have not been able to explore, but with the support and funding of the world’s largest search engine, researchers at Google are aiming to diagnose cancers, strokes and even a heart attack through tiny technology you can track on a wristwatch.
2. Jan 14, 2019
New computational method provides optimized design of wind up toys
3. Jan 14, 2019
Research center at UC Riverside receives additional funding from Department of Energy