Carnegie Mellon Silicon Valley is dedicated to educating its students to become leaders in global technology innovation and management and to performing innovative research that connects it to local, national, and global high-tech companies.
SCU formed a collaborative partnership with NASA and UARC to advance the study of astrobiology, life and microgravity sciences, biotechnology, nanotechnology, aeronautical and space technology development information science and technology, and promote science and technology education.
Center for Robotic Exploration and Space Technologies (CREST) is a consortium of local and national academic institutions that collaborate with government and industrial partners in the pursuit of robotic and space related mission development, technology advancement and educational opportunity.
The SU curriculum provides a broad, interdisciplinary exposure to ten fields of study: future studies and forecasting; networks and computing systems; biotechnology and bioinformatics; nanotechnology; medicine, neuroscience and human enhancement...
TakshaShila University (TU), with a legacy going back to 1976, is a dynamic, not-for-profit, independent, minority institution of higher learning, engaged in advanced research and development projects, and specializing in accelerated-learning, short-courses for STEM and professional education on topics of current interest.
UA-SV is a partnership between the University of California Santa Cruz and the Foothill De Anza Community College District, and other universities are considering joining.
The University Corporation at Monterey Bay team leads the earth science community in ecological forecasting.