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December 2, 1987


By CBR Staff Writer

The University of California, Los Angeles, known to its friends and alumni as UCLA, will use Apollo Computer Inc workstations and networking software to establish a first-of-a-kind computer network of scientists and scholars involved in the study of the human mind: UCLA’s Cognitive Science Programme will use the Apollo network – initially of some 70 workstations – to link the university’s Brain Research Institute, School of Medicine, Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, Linguistics Department, Physiology Laboratory, as well as the Biology, Psychology and other university departments; the Apollos and computers from a variety of other vendors will be networked across the 411 acres of the UCLA campus, enabling the various departments to exchange data and resources pertinent to their ongoing, interdependent research projects, and Apollo donated $1.5m in equipment, including the new Series 4000 Personal Super Workstations, Series 3000s, and 3-D graphics stations.

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