UCSB professors Herbert Kroemer and Arthur Gossard created breakthroughs in fabricating and aligning crystalline structures, enabling dozens of indispensable technologies
Art Gossard with a molecular beam epitaxy machine he helped create.
Chemical engineer Michelle O'Malley finds biofeul and biochemical potential in the gut fungi
Members of Team Shellphish celebrate the announcement of their victory
UCSB hacker team earns $1.5 million at 2016 DARPA Cyber Grand Challenge
3-D print of Isomax
UCSB scientist's structure is first metmaterial to reach the outer limits of theoretical perfomance
Prof. Yon Visell holds a vibration sensor used to understand nuanced hand sensitivity.
Assistant professor Yon Visell and his students explore the more-subtle ways our hands feel the world around us
A silicon-circuit testing station in an AIM Photonics lab.
At UCSB's AIM Photonics Hub, the goal is nothing short of a new tech industry
UCSB neuroscientists witness the moment when undifferentiated stem cells take the path to becoming brain cells
By studying the ocean’s carbon cycle in depth, UCSB earth scientists seek to understand how it might change in the future and affect climate change
Inspired by the mollusk's adhesive ability, scientists collaborate to create a material that can stick to wet and submerged surfaces
UCSB's Sedgwick Reserve has been the testing site for
a number of SmartFarm components.
Two UCSB computer scientists seek to prevent global hunger. The key: link farming, big data, and cloud computing to enhance efficiency, productivity, and sustainability
Postdoctoral researcher Britney Pennington prepares cell culture medium to differentiate stem cells into RPE.
Years of collaborative research provide hope for those affected by incurable eye diseases