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Issue 16, Fall 2011
Building quantum computers to perform at extraordinary speed is still in its early stages, but UC Santa Barbara’s physicists and engineers are leading the way.
Q&A with Craig Hawker
The Materials Research Laboratory is the only West Coast NSF funded Materials Research Science and Engineering Center. Craig Hawker tells us what makes the MRL unique at UC Santa Barbara.
During the Renaissance period artists, engineers and scientists were alive with new ideas and creations. So are we...
Who controls who in the world of parasites? Find out how these manipulative organisms are necessary are in our lives.
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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
UC Santa Barbara Scientist Studies Methane Levels in Cross-Continent Drive
May 15, 2013
John Bowers Receives UCSB Faculty's Top Honor
May 8, 2013
Mapping the Online Landscape to Predict, Prevent Digital Tipping Points
May 6, 2013
UCSB Institute for Energy Efficiency's Summit Focuses on a Sustainable Future
May 1, 2013
Use of Laser Light Yields Versatile Manipulation of a Quantum Bit
May 1, 2013
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We proudly welcome incoming dean, Rod C. Alferness, who joins us following a distinguished career that culminated as Chief Scientist at Bell Labs.
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