College faculty say Alferness will leave behind a legacy of future success for the college.
Rod Alferness, dean of the UC Santa Barbara College of Engineering
Professor Beth Pruitt
CRISPR gene editing technology and a long-term collaboration yield important new insights.
Artist's concept illustration depicting connected triangles in a kagome superconductor.
Created at UCSB’s National Science Foundation Quantum Foundry, the material may be a unique kind of superconductor
Michelle O'Malley, chemical engineering professor
Chemical engineering professor receives more recognition for her highly innovative research.
Steven P. DenBaars has been chosen by the American Association for Advances in Functional Materials (AAAFM) for its 2021 AAAFM-Nakamura Award.
Materials professor Steven DenBaars is selected to receive the 2021 AAAFM-Nakamura Award
Artist's concept illustration depicting soliton microcombs on silicon wafers. Illustration by Brian Long
The Bowers lab collaborates with EPFL to develop long-awaited breakthrough technology.
Yangying Zhu, assistant professor of mechanical engineering
Yangying Zhu received the Pi Tau Sigma Gold Medal for outstanding contributions within the first decade of earning a bachelor's degree.
Fungi in the guts of herbivores appear to be making the raw materials for antibiotics. Photograph by Lilli McKinney
Anaerobic fungi in the guts of herbivores produce the unique building blocks of antibiotics.