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Chan Zuckerberg Science To Build AI GPU Cluster To Model Cell Systems
The new cluster will be one of the most powerful high-performance computing systems for nonprofit life science research in the world.
Educators Turn Student Insights Into Action Using the Expanded Along Teacher-Student Connectio... Educators Turn Student Insights Into Action Using the Expanded Along Teacher-Student Connection Builder
Educators Turn Student Insights Into Action with New Along Features
Schools To Research The Impact of Their Environments on Students
Chan Zuckerberg Initiative announces support for projects at USC and Yale to help schools drive academic achievement and unlock student potential.
Schools Are Partnering With Communities To Boost Student College and Career Readiness
Chan Zuckerberg Initiative announces support for innovative education practices in California and New Mexico.
Join CZI and Check Out Along at ISTELive23
Educators to discuss how they are using strong teacher-student connections to drive student engagement.
Along Honored as a ‘World Changing Idea’
Along teacher-student connection builder offered by Gradient Learning recognized by Fast Company as creative solution for driving student engagement.
Renowned Scientists Honored at 9th Annual Breakthrough Prize Ceremony in Los Angeles
The Breakthrough Prize celebrates scientific achievements in physics, life sciences, and mathematics.
The Economist: Worlds Within, Worlds Without
Geoffrey Carr of The Economist covers CZI and CZ Biohub SF’s efforts to support the Human Cell Atlas.
Join the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative at 2023 ASU+GSV Summit
CZI partners and leaders join panels highlighting the importance of educator and student well-being, leading impact investing, and imagining the classrooms of the future.
New Chan Zuckerberg Biohub Chicago Will Engineer Technologies To Measure Human Biology
Research hub brings together leading institutions to build sensors to study inflammation, a major driver of disease.
Kingmakers of Oakland Receives $4.8 million from Chan Zuckerberg Initiative to Transform Learning... Kingmakers of Oakland Receives $4.8 million from Chan Zuckerberg Initiative to Transform Learning Environments
Kingmakers of Oakland is on a mission to improve the lives of Black boys and build a stronger education system for all students.
What’s the Secret To Raising the Academic Bar for More Students? One National Nonprofit Is Making... What’s the Secret To Raising the Academic Bar for More Students? One National Nonprofit Is Making Progress
Equal Opportunity Schools expands partnerships with schools that are improving academic outcomes by focusing on student aspirations, strengths, and barriers.
Along Earns Special Mention on 2022 TIME Best Inventions List
Along teacher-student connection builder offered by Gradient Learning recognized by TIME magazine for providing educators with an easy way to check in with students.
CZI Funds New Cohort of Researchers Investigating and Detecting Novel and Emerging Pathogens
Increasing metagenomics capacity helps researchers detect and track pathogens around the world.
NBC Showcases the Importance of Classroom Connections
Schools and enrichment programs across the country are pioneering innovative approaches that center student well-being in support of academic achievement and success.
Tragedy or Turning Point? The Pandemic’s Effect on Black and Brown Youth
Panelists reflect on the pandemic’s impact over the past two years and share strategies for helping to prioritize student wellbeing and accelerate academic success.
Science, Tech, and AI Leaders Convene to Launch Kempner Institute
CZI and Harvard leadership celebrate new research institute to study natural and artificial intelligence.
UK Biobank to Create World’s Largest Imaging Dataset To Understand Disease
The collection of whole-body repeat imaging scans will help researchers understand the determinants and progression of disease in mid-to-later life.