An interdisciplinary project, intended to protect the citrus industry from a bacterial disease, is one of four projects to receive seed funding from Institute for Energy Efficiency (IEE).
UC Santa Barbara professor Arnab Mukherjee receives NIH award to fund reporter proteins research
Chemical engineering professor receives National Institutes of Health award to fund research on reporter proteins.
Professor Michelle O'Malley
The ChemE professor receives a $2.5-million grant to advance biofuels derived from plant waste products.
Consumer Technology Association recognizes Nobel laureate for his contributions to improving life.
Tegan Brennan was invited to the Rising Stars EECS Workshop after publishing breakthrough research.
A PhD student in the Computer Science Department has been named a rising star in her field after discovering a new software vulnerability.
Artist's concept depicting nanoparticles being assembled into new materials, which are scaled up and combined with other building blocks in an advanced wearable device. Illustration by Brian Long
A review in SCIENCE describes the state of the field and where it’s going, while identifying obstacles ahead and research that addresses them.
Artist's concept depicting magnetic moments having fluctuating alignments 120 degrees different from those of their neighbors. Illustration by Lilli McKinney
UCSB scientists discover a new, long-hypothesized material state having a signature of quantum disordered liquid-like magnetic moments.
UCSB is the only university in the US invited to be a charter member of Microsoft's Optics for the Cloud Alliance.
UCSB is one of six universities in the world collaborating to design the next generation of the cloud.