The Institute for Energy Efficiency awards seed funding for projects that seek high-impact solutions for energy efficiency.
(Pictured clockwise from top left) Jonathan Balkind, Kerem Camsari, Luke Theogarajan, David Weld, Carl Meinhart, Sumita Pennathur
Sep 23, 2021
Nelson Phillips, professor of technolgy management
Sep 16, 2021
The new technology management professor researches how humans organize and particularly how people and technology come together in organizations.
Sample application scenarios for counting a stationary crowd
Sep 14, 2021
Researchers' new method enables WiFi signals to count a stationary seated crowd, using their natural body fidgets.
Nina Miolane, assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering
Sep 09, 2021
The new assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering uses innovative methods to mine biomedical imaging datasets.
Illustration by Erik Zumalt, Cockrell School of Engineering at The University of Texas at Austin
Sep 08, 2021
Extracting lithium remains a challenging and inefficient process, but an interdisciplinary team has developed a way to extract lithium from contaminated water.
Artist's concept illustration depicting connected triangles in a kagome superconductor.
Jul 27, 2021
Created at UCSB’s National Science Foundation Quantum Foundry, the material may be a unique kind of superconductor
Professor Beth Pruitt
Jul 27, 2021
CRISPR gene editing technology and a long-term collaboration yield important new insights.
Artist's concept illustration depicting soliton microcombs on silicon wafers. Illustration by Brian Long
Jul 01, 2021
The Bowers lab collaborates with EPFL to develop long-awaited breakthrough technology.
Researchers have developed a fast, steerable, burrowing soft robot.
Jun 16, 2021
Researchers explore the shallow underground with a burrowing soft robot.
Fungi in the guts of herbivores appear to be making the raw materials for antibiotics. Photograph by Lilli McKinney
Jun 16, 2021
Anaerobic fungi in the guts of herbivores produce the unique building blocks of antibiotics.
Jack Kilgore was part of a team that created EmissionControl 2, a granular synthesizer built for music competition.
Jun 15, 2021
Computer science student Jack Kilgore receives university award for undergraduate research on sound granulation.
Experiments in which a simulated landslide causes a "tsunami" in a channel filled with water.
Jun 08, 2021
UCSB mechanical engineer Alban Sauret and colleagues develop a model to better understand the forces that generate the devastating waves.
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