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Videos

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

Press

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

05/08/19

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

07/31/18

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).

03/06/18

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).

03/06/18

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

(press release)

10/01/17

Welcome to Cellular Engineering interns Amanda Paulson and Jacob Kimmel!

07/17/17

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

07/07/17

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

06/19/17

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

05/08/17

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

05/08/17

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

05/05/17

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

See also:

Healtcare IT News
MedicalXpress
ExecutiveBiz
Clinical Innovation + Technology

04/22/17

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