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Question & Answer: Kimberly Turner
I got into engineering totally on a whim. I wanted to be a veterinarian, but I didn't know what to major in for undergrad. My parents said, "Just get an engineering degree then you can major in anything you want."
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Start-up of the world's largest particle accelerator hasn't been exactly smooth...
The "Race to Fish" has led to decline and collapse of fisheries around the world. New research shows a way to stem and even reverse that decline.
Just Add Water
Going green gets organic solvents out of organic chemistry.
Kimberly Turner's Very Small Research
A look at Kimberly Turner's microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) research.
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Rapid Adaptation is Purple Sea Urchins' Weapon Against Ocean Acidification
June 19, 2013
Undergraduate Enrollment in Physics at UCSB Grows by Quantum Leaps
June 10, 2013
Study Provides a New Framework for Understanding the Energetics of Ionic Liquids
June 7, 2013
Professor Theodore Kim Receives UCSB Harold J. Plous Award
May 31, 2013
UC Santa Barbara Scientists Discover Cinnamon Compounds' Potential Ability to Prevent Alzheimer's
May 23, 2013
Comprehensive Analysis of Impact Spherules Supports Theory of Cosmic Impact 12,800 Years Ago
May 21, 2013
Study Shows Where Scene Context Happens in our Brain
May 20, 2013
Assistant Professor Michelle O'Malley Receives 2013 DOE Early Career Award
May 17, 2013
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The Deans discuss change as two of the three deans are new to their position.
solid state lighting
Compact Muon Solenoid (CMS) experiment
atomic force microscopy