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Individualized Interventions Lab

In addition to Carnegie Mellon University, the University of Cambridge and other world-leading institutions, the DIPF | Leibniz Institute for Human Development and Educational Information is among the participating institutions.

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CIFAR

The CERES ecosystem is composed of interdisciplinary researchers in psychology, education, computer science and medicine from around the world, working together to better tailor educational technologies for children. CERES members also include CBD program members Daniel Ansari (CIFAR Fellow) and Michael Meaney (Advisor).

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University of Cambridge MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit

Professor Candice Odgers, who co-leads CERES at the University of California, Irvine with Vice Provost Gillian Hayes, noted that “Dr. Orben is a leader in open and reproducible science and we are thrilled to have her join CERES to spearhead our initiatives in this space. As one of the most respected scientists working on how social media influences adolescents’ well-being she will also bring deep expertise to our network.”

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Berkeley School of Information

As part of a five-year, nearly $11 million grant to the University of California, Irvine, the Jacobs Foundation has awarded $325,000 over three years to UC Berkeley School of Information professors Morgan G. Ames and Jenna Burrell to study the growing inequalities in children’s digital access around the world. The grant, Connecting the EdTech Research EcoSystem (CERES), will bring together global leaders in computer science, psychology, neuroscience, education and educational technology to help tailor digital technologies for children.

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Human Centered Design & Engineering

Julie Kientz, professor and chair in the Department of Human Centered Design & Engineering, is the University of Washington lead on a newly-created network to tailor digital technologies for children, the University of California, Irvine announced.

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Jacobs Foundation

The Jacobs Foundation has made a grant of $11 million to Professors Gillian Hayes and Candice Odgers at the University of California, Irvine, to support the creation of a collaborative network – Connecting the EdTech Research Ecosystem (CERES) – to help to unlock the impact of edtech.

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UCI News

UC Irvine announced Tuesday a five-year, nearly $11-million grant from the Zurich-based Jacobs Foundation for the creation of a collaborative network to help tailor digital technologies for children. The network, to be called Connecting the EdTech Research EcoSystem, will bring together global leaders in computer science, psychology, neuroscience, education and educational technology.

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Western Education

The Jacobs Foundation has awarded a five-year, nearly $11-million grant to support the creation of the Connecting the EdTech Research EcoSystem (CERES) network. CERES will bring together global leaders in computer science, psychology, neuroscience, education and educational technology in pursuit of this goal.

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Carnegie Mellon University

Researchers in Carnegie Mellon University's Human Computer Interaction Institute will collaborate with institutions around the world to tailor digital technologies to help children and families learn, play and socialize as part of the Connecting the EdTech Research EcoSystem (CERES) network.

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