Nikki Schonenbach work proved key to the vaccine's regulatory approval.
College of Engineering News
Nikki Schonenbach (PhD Chemical Engineering, 2017)
Oct 28, 2021
The wearable ION blood-alcohol-level detector.
Nov 11, 2020
The ION™ is the first product from the company that was launched at UCSB.
RIchard Auhll, 2020 Honorary Alumnus Award from the UCSB Alumni Association
Sep 17, 2020
The longtime supporter of the College of Engineering is an entrepreneur, aerospace engineer, and pioneer in science and engineering.
Milo Sensors team members at work in the lab.
Nov 29, 2018
Winning the 2018 University of California Startup Showcase yields more funding for the tech startup, which makes innovative wearable technology.
Apeel's proprietary plant-based coating can cut food waste by extending the shelf life of produce,
Jun 21, 2018
At Apeel, James Rogers (Phd '12) makes a plant-based coating that extends the shelf life of produce.
A time capsule to be opened on the 75th Anniversary of the CoE was unveiled at the 50th Anniversary celebration.
May 03, 2017
Alumni from five decades gathered for the 50th Anniversary celebration of UCSB Engineering. Here, several of those who attended share highlights from their lives then and now.
David Vandervoet's student photo taken in the 60s
Jan 12, 2017
David Vandervoet was part of the first class ever to go through UCSB College of Engineering from freshman to senior year. He shares some stories about the College in its early years.
Dec 13, 2016
Apeel Sciences, a start-up created by UCSB Materials alumnuns James Rogers, has developed a method to extend the life of produce as much as five times, which could transform the produce industry.
Oct 25, 2016
Matt Begley talks about what makes UCSB Engineering a great environment, as an alum and professor
Jackie Nguyen, BS ChE 2010
Sep 08, 2016
At NuSil Technology, alum Jackie Nguyen works alongside her customers to develop custom solutions, from design proof to production scaling.
Aug 25, 2016
Maricris Palentinos, BSEE '14: "UCSB gave me the best undergrad experience and sent me onto a successful career path."
Aug 23, 2016
Neil Topliffe, BSME '04, talks about overseeing construction of the New Stanford Hospital and his favorite UCSB professors
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