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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.

UCLA, UCSB share $23.7 million grant to study biologically based polymers

Collaboration aims to advance the use of microbes for sustainable production of new plastics

Upgraded cleanroom facilities will give UCLA advanced nanofabrication capabilities

Engineering school and California NanoSystems Institute to create integrated, state-of-the-art spaces

The CNSI is open for researchers in accordance with guidelines for ramping up UCLA research.
Special notice: For important updates about COVID-19 and its impact on CNSI facilities, please visit our COVID-19 guidance page.
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