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13 CNSI members among most highly cited researchers for 2021

Thirteen CNSI Members are among forty-three UCLA scholars that have been named as the world’s most influential scientific researchers.

3D imaging study reveals how atoms are packed in amorphous materials

UCLA-led research could revise a 70-year-old model of how the fundamental building blocks of substances are assembled

CNSI Launches Quantum Biology Center at UCLA

First U.S. hub for research into small-scale basis of biological processes will focus on community-building

CNSI awards Noble Family Innovation Fund grants to 10 UCLA nanoscience research teams

Interdisciplinary projects advance computing, human health and sustainability

The CNSI establishes $10 million - Noble Innovation Fund - for academic research and entrepreneurship

The Noble Fund will focus on identifying, supporting and
accelerating high‐risk, high‐reward research, from basic to translational, with promise for commercialization and societal impact.

The CNSI is open for researchers in accordance with guidelines for ramping up UCLA research.
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