Materials profssor Stephen Wilson’s lab elicits promising behavior in a new material.
Artist's interpretation of a charge density wave flowing through a lattice of doped strontium iridium oxide. Illustration by Peter Allen
Jun 22, 2017
Jun 20, 2017
Michelle O'Malley is one of 13 young professors in U.S. to receive a 2017 Dreyfus Teacher-Scholar Award.
Jun 19, 2017
Yasamin Mostofi's lab is first to deomonstrate using drones and WiFi to create 3D images by "seeing" through walls.
Jun 14, 2017
Saleh will receive €45,000 (about $50,700) to travel to Munich and carry out research in Munich.
Igor Mezić was honored for his long-term contributions by the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics.
Jun 02, 2017
Igor Mezić is honored for long-term contributions to applied mathematics; named co-PI of $6.5 million research project related to novel applications in autonomous devices.
Assistant Professor Michelle O'Malley
May 30, 2017
Novel structure of enzyme discovered by researchers in Michelle O'Malley's lab shows promise for sustainable fuel and medicines.
A light micrograph shows individuals of a Botryllus schlosseri colony that have arranged themselves into a star-shaped structure called a "system." A colony can consist of multiple systems, all connected by a large common external vasculature. Here, the vasculature can be seen extending out at the edge of the colony and terminating in sac-like appendages called ampullae. Photograph by Delany Rodriguez
May 16, 2017
An intercampus project linking UC campuses in Santa Barbara, Los Angeles, and Irvine will examine Botryllus schlosseri, seeking insights into the human vascular system.
Apr 19, 2017
Tresa Pollock will develop 3D printing platform for new extreme-use materials
Apr 11, 2017
The 2017 Daryl and Maguerite Errett Discovery Award in Biomedical Research is looking to fund up to $75,000 for innovative research in biomedicine
Apr 05, 2017
Dr. Sumita Pennathur will develop a hi-tech "patch" to monitor blood glucose levels
Mar 06, 2017
UCSB engineering researchers receive $40,000 gift to investigate methods of compression for data generated by 360° video
Professor Matt Helgeson pictured with Anton Paar representative Norbert Ponweiser and the new research instrument.
Mar 01, 2017
In parternship with lab instrumentation manufacturer Anton Paar, UCSB researchers have helped in the development of new instrumentation and measurement methods for a new state-of-the-art rheometer
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