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    Advances in information technology are transforming the way we live, catalyzing improvements from personal health and wellbeing to the sustainability of our planet. Artificial intelligence, the internet of things (IoT), robotics and automation, and data science find application in our growing cities, aging population, and the way we seek information and communicate with each other.

    As a multi-campus research organization within the leading public university system in the world, CITRIS and the Banatao Institute have an unparalleled opportunity to create advances in technology for the greatest social and economic impact.


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    "Berkeley Lab Founder Ernest O. Lawrence Demonstrates the Cyclotron Concept"- Berkeley Lab

    "Gene editing with CRISPR-Cas9" footage by Roxanne Makasdjian and Stephen McNally, UC Berkeley

    CRISPR animation: Innovative Genomics Initiative

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  • CITRIS Foundry Spring Demo Day 2017 Play all


    The Spring 2016 cohort marks the sixth group of startups to participate in our program. The companies include a wide range of innovations in gene editing, IoT technologies, food robotics, and machine learning.

    Please join us in celebrating the graduation of this cohort, and follow their progress as they bring their transformative technologies into the marketplace.
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  • CITRIS Women In Technology Play all

    Gender diversity among leadership teams and the broader workforce offers demonstrated advantages for innovative thinking, job satisfaction, and corporate bottom lines. Yet the percentage of women in computing jobs has actually declined over the last 25 years, and now stands at roughly 25% in both industry and academia.

    Causes for this gap remain unclear. Tech companies and other employers have tried offering flexible work hours and generous family leave; some universities allow women to stop the tenure clock to care for young children.

    Are such policies sufficient to bring women into parity with men, both in numbers and in pay, or are other nuances hindering full participation of women in the tech workforce? What incentives have inspired those women who have persisted in these fields? And what unique perspectives do women bring to a range of domains that make technology solutions more creative, robust, and equitable?

    At this public event, leaders and champions of women in technology offered their thoughts on challenges to achieving gender diversity at all organizational levels of industry, academia, and the public sector. The inaugural CITRIS Athena Awards were also presented to honor inspiring women and organizations making outstanding technical contributions and providing support for the next generation of women and girls.
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    The CITRIS Connected Communities Initiative supports collaborative discovery, design, and governance through new technologies that enhance education, creative work, and public engagement.
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  • The CITRIS Invention Ecosystem Play all

    CITRIS Foundry, http://foundry.citris-uc.org

    CITRIS Foundry is a University of California applied tech incubator that supports early stage startups developing disruptive solutions for society’s pressing needs.

    CITRIS Invention Lab, http://invent.citris-uc.org

    The CITRIS Invention Lab supports faculty, student and community innovation by providing the knowledge, tools and support to rapidly design and prototype novel interactive products, embedded sensing systems and integrated mobile devices. The facility is a vital piece of the CITRIS pipeline running from the minds of researchers through CITRIS laboratories, and into the markets, industries, and streets of the world.

    Berkeley Marvell NanoLab, https://nanolab.berkeley.edu/

    The Marvell NanoLab, located in the CITRIS headquarters building, Sutardja Dai Hall , includes more than 15,000 sq feet of Class100 and Class1000 cleanroom.

    The Marvell NanoLab is a shared research center providing more than 100 Principal Investigators and over 500 academic and industrial researchers a complete set of micro- and nano-fabrication tools.
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