Science + Technology

  • Assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering receives a CAREER Award from the National Science Foundation
    Jon Schuller
    Assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering receives a CAREER Award from the National Science Foundation
  • This all-atom simulation shows the tau protein (blue) interacting with multiple stabilizing TMAO osmolytes.
    A unique class of proteins in the human body has the ability to alter their configuration
  • Cabezon
    As ocean acidification and warming continue to increase due to climate change, how will California fisheries respond?
  • UCSB research on stuttering breaks new ground
    Two new studies from UCSB researchers provide new insight into the treatment of stuttering as well as understanding its physiological basis
  • Video highlights from Food from the Sea Summit
    Research summit convenes experts in fisheries and aquaculture as part of UC Global Food Initiative
  • Chris Van de Walle is recognized for his work with superconducting and energy efficient materials

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