Mechanical engineers develop a robot that can navigate its environment by extending its reach
Living vine robot project
Karen Scida, postdoctoral researcher and winner of Otis Williams Postdoctoral Fellowship
Karen Scida, postdoctoral researcher in Professor Sumita Pennathur's lab, wins Otis Williams Fellowship for developing a novel approach to insulin delivery.
Natural Language Processing at UCSB
UCSB computer scientist William Wang employs natural language processing to make human-computer communication as seamless as possible.
UCSB engineer shows how minimizing fluid friction can make oceangoing vessels more fuel-efficient and reduce harmful emissions.
Materials professor and department chair, Michael Chbinyc
Professor Michael Chabinyc and his lab team seek to control the characteristics of conductive polymers, which may be important to energy efficiency.
Artist's interpretation of a charge density wave flowing through a lattice of doped strontium iridium oxide. Illustration by Peter Allen
Materials professor Stephen Wilson’s lab elicits promising behavior in a new material.