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David Lea probes the tropical ocean floor to understand global cooling in the past and warming in the present.
Which Way to the Hydrogen Highway?
It may be the fuel of the future, but it's a challenge to store and costly to generate.
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The Dean of the College of Engineering talks about energy.
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A look at our energy future.
Engineers take embedded computing to new levels of precision in their quest for greater efficiency.
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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
UC Santa Barbara Scientist Studies Methane Levels in Cross-Continent Drive
May 15, 2013
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