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A rendering of Team Rovetronics’ sensor design that features a hinged metal contraption attached to the front of the rover. Judges awarded the design second place overall.

Mission Accomplished: UCSB Graduates Shine in NASA's Venus Rover Challenge

Two graduates from UCSB's mechanical engineering program teamed up to finish second out of 572 entries and received a $10,000 prize. 

 

UCSB physicist John Martinis

UCSB physicist John Martinis.

After Achieving Quantum Supremacy, What's Next for John Martinis?

No longer with Google, the UCSB physicist considers his future after achieving a major computing milestone.

Artist's concept illustration depicts the transformation resulting from using bio-based micro-organisms as the building blocks for better polymers.

Artist's concept illustration depicts the transformation resulting from using bio-based micro-organisms as the building blocks for better polymers. Illustration by Lillian McKinney

A Major Grant for Bio-based Polymer Research

NSF awards UCSB, UCLA $23.7 million for collaboration to transform natural building blocks into new high-performance materials.

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