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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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Southern California Crustacean Sand-Dwellers Suffering Localized Extinctions
July 17, 2013
New Bioengineering PhD Emphasis to Launch this Fall at UCSB
July 17, 2013
Study Determines Source of Oil Sheens Near the Site of Deepwater Horizon
July 16, 2013
Materials Professor Craig Hawker Appointed New Director of California NanoSystems Institute
July 15, 2013
Joint UCSB, JPL and Caltech Team Advances in DARPA Robotics Challenge
July 11, 2013
NCEAS Study Finds Tropical Forest Blossoms Are Sensitive to Changing Climate
July 8, 2013
Feeding Galaxy Caught in Distant Searchlight by International Research Team
July 5, 2013
Study Reports on Declines in Ecosystem Productivity Fueled by Nitrogen-Induced Species Loss
July 3, 2013
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