CITRIS responds to COVID-19

As the coronavirus continues to spread worldwide, CITRIS staff and researchers are contributing their time and expertise to combat the outbreak. From 3D printing parts for PPE and medical supplies to providing funding for COVID-19 related research projects, the CITRIS community is finding creative ways to get involved.

CITRIS Seed Funding - COVID-19 Response

Press release: UC’s CITRIS launches COVID-19 response with awards for innovative technologies

CITRIS Seed Funding COVID-19 Response 2020

CITRIS Seed Funding COVID-19 Response List of 31 Projects 

CITRIS Invention Lab - 3D printing of a ventilator part for prototype

CITRIS Invention Lab opens to produce COVID-19 supplies

C3.ai Digital Transformation Institute Announces COVID-19 Awards

C3.ai Digital Transformation Institute Announces COVID-19 Awards

UC Santa Cruz - CITRIS Seed Funding program invites proposals for pandemic and disaster preparedness projects

UCSC CITRIS Seed Funding program invites proposals for pandemic and disaster preparedness

UC Davis researchers rushing to develop new treatments to stop corononavirus spread

UC Davis researchers rushing to develop new treatments to stop corononavirus spread

How can buildings decrease COVID-19 transmission?

How can buildings decrease COVID-19 transmission?

Combating COVID-19—The role of robotics in managing public health and infectious diseases

Combating COVID-19—The role of robotics in managing public health and infectious diseases

C3.ai DTI Announces 1st Grant Winners for Using AI to Mitigate COVID-19 and Future Pandemics

C3.ai DTI Announces 1st Grant Winners for Using AI to Mitigate COVID-19 and Future Pandemics

Turning sleep apnea machines into ventilators

As millions of students turn to online education, the FCC must implement bold changes to close the digital divide

As millions of students turn to online education, the FCC must implement bold changes to close the digital divide

Karen Stierwalt - CITRIS administrator sews protective masks

From hobby to necessity: CITRIS administrator sews protective masks