UC Davis’s Zhaodan Kong plans to speed up wildfire detection with his integrated UAV and sensor technology systems.
The 2017 CITRIS Foundry startup will use the funding to scale its engineering capabilities.
Principal investigators from UC Berkeley, UC Davis, UC Merced and UC Santa Cruz are invited to submit proposals for 2023 CITRIS Seed Awards.
The new Virtual Adventurer app was inspired by the Bodie 3D Project, recipient of a 2016 CITRIS Seed Award.
CITRIS and the Banatao Institute have launched the CITRIS Innovation Hub, a centralized program to help UC students and academic, corporate and governmental visitors advance their innovation journeys.
The CITRIS PI and UC Merced professor and development engineer blends traditional research techniques with improvements in technology and analytical methods to design more sustainable food, energy and water systems.
Undergraduates from four UC campuses have embarked on paid summer internships at startups, established companies, national and university labs, and nonprofit organizations.
The CITRIS Foundry empowers University of California entrepreneurs to develop innovative ideas into startups ready to seek venture capital funding.
Awards of up to $10,000 will support UC Berkeley projects related to sustainability and climate resilience that are ready to proceed to the next stage of commercialization.
Infinite Uptime, a spring 2016 CITRIS Foundry company, has raised $18.8 million in a series B3 funding round led by Tiger Global.
By supporting interdisciplinary work and seeding multicampus projects, CITRIS helps to keep the University of California at the forefront of climate mitigation and adaptation efforts.
The CITRIS Foundry welcomes five teams advancing IT solutions in medical diagnostics, wildfire detection, AI applications and more
This Earth Month, we shine a spotlight on nine climate and energy tech startup successes out of the UC’s multicampus incubator program.
Funded by CITRIS Tech for Social Good and the CITRIS Foundry, Wonderfil allow customers to refill on household products without generating extra waste.
The project, led by led by UC Davis’s Gary Bucciarelli, will apply AI to help predict the impact that fire will have on a landscape.
Interactive Care, or I-Care, is working to make long-distance caregiving for older adults easier.
The CITRIS PI and UC Berkeley mechanical engineer takes inspiration from nature and uses machine learning to create more efficient materials.
UC Berkeley alumnus Tim Barat‘s experiences as an electrical lineman inspired him to co-found Gridware, a venture in the spring 2020 CITRIS Foundry cohort.
CITRIS is partnering with the UCSC Institute for Social Transformation to support student projects aimed at creating technology that promotes healthy, sustainable livelihoods.
The CITRIS Foundry welcomes its new managing director, Marc Theeuwes, who offers a broad background in venture capital, IT and deep tech.
The eight selected proposals, submitted by interdisciplinary teams from Berkeley, Davis, Merced and Santa Cruz, will receive up to $60,000 for their work, thanks in part to external philanthropic support.
With $2.5 million from the NSF, a multicampus UC team is partnering with a dozen Bay Area orgs to help residents respond to natural disasters more quickly.
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The real-time powerline monitoring system pioneered by Gridware, a spring 2020 CITRIS Foundry venture, has been named one of Time’s best inventions of the year.