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Cellular Engineering Lab - Media


Simone Bianco & Tom Zimmerman: The wonderful world of life in a drop of water - TED talk


Tom Zimmerman: IBM Research 5 in 5 Science Slam


Simone Bianco, Tom Zimmerman - Swimming with Plankton


Swimming with plankton - 360 video


Simone Bianco, Tom Zimmerman - Facebook live from Cell Engineering Lab at IBM Almaden


on Quanti.us


"UCSF, IBM team up to crowdsource biomedical research" - SF Business Times

On the Center for Cellular Construction

"Bay Area Cellular Machine Shop to be created with federal grant" - SF Chronicle

"UC San Francisco receives $24 million NSF grant to use IBM Watson's AI in cellular engineering" - Tech Republic

"New research center is dedicated to engineering cells into living machines" - Digital Trends

"IBM, The NSF And UC San Francisco Combine To Power Up The Exciting World Of Cellular Engineering" - Forbes

"IBM, NSF and UCSF team up to apply AI to synthetic biology, create cell design software" - Fierce Biotech

"'Cellular machine shop' wins big federal grant to help synthetic biology" - SF Business Times

"Cellular Engineering Takes A Leap Into The Future" - InCompliance Magazine


On IBM 5-in-5

"The Power of Thinking Big: IBM Research’s 5 in 5" - Medium

"Robot Microscopes, AI Bias Among IBM’s 5 ‘Life in 2023’ Predictions" - Robotics Business Review

"Robot Microscopes Demystify Plankton, the Sea's Most Vital Residents" - Wired

"5 Big Technology Innovations Of 2018: IBM Reveals Amazing Developments That Will Impact All Of Us" - Forbes

"New IBM report predicts 5 technologies that will change the world in the next 5 years" - BGR

"World's smallest computer and unhackable data top IBM's annual future-tech list" - New Atlas

"IBM Highlights 5 Technologies It Hopes To Pioneer In 5 Years" - Inc.

"IBM announces its annual 5 in 5 predictions: But how viable are its bets?" - Enterprise Times

"Think 2018: In 5 years, quantum computing will be mainstream, predicts IBM" - Economics Times Tech









Recent news


Elsa Rousseau publishes a new paper on plant resistance to viruses and population bottlenecks. (link).


New paper out on Nature Methods on Quanti.us, a novel platform for crowdsourced annotation. The paper contains our new AI algorithm, which is able to efficiently generalize from noisy annotation. (link).


New paper coming out on the Journal of the American Chemical Society, which describes a new synthetic polymer that is able to kill drug resistant cancer cells (link).


Simone publishes a paper on Nature Communications describing a new polymer that is able to kill antimicrobial resistance bacteria (link).

(press release)


Welcome to Cellular Engineering interns Amanda Paulson and Jacob Kimmel!


Congrats to Elsa Rousseau for her recent publication on the Journal of General Virology! (link).


Elsa Rousseau presents her recent work on defective viral particles at the 2017 Ecology and Evolution of Infectious Disease meeting, in Santa Barbara.


Congrats to Sujoy Biswas for his recent publication on the IEEE Transactions on Image Processing! (link).


Simone speaks about viral dynamic at the SIAM Symposium on applications of Dynamical Systems (DS 2017) (abstract here).


Simone publishes an article about Cellular Engineering on www.01net.it (in Italian).


Press release about recent paper about the role of the animal reservoir on the spread of the Ebola virus.

See also:

Healtcare IT News
Clinical Innovation + Technology


Article about Cellular Engineering (and other projects at IBM Almaden) on the Italian newspaper Il Foglio (pdf, in Italian).