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energy efficiency

  • National coalition aims to drive down the cost and energy used in recycling and remanufacturing materials

  • UC Santa Barbara hosts sixth annual Central Coast Sustainability Summit

  • UCSB LabRATS take sustainability into science labs
    UCSB LabRATS take sustainability into science labs

    UCSB LabRATS program takes sustainability into science labs, saving water, waste and energy

  • Every once in a while a person comes along whose contribution to society is so huge it causes everyone to rethink how things could be done, from how we conduct our daily lives to how we solve our biggest problems.

  • researchers in the data component

    Researchers receive funding to deploy a new way to measure groundwater use and to help deal with the state’s water crisis

  • Chris Van de Walle is recognized for his work with superconducting and energy efficient materials

  • video of the parking structure 22 photovoltaic project
    video of the parking structure 22 photovoltaic project

    A student-led renewable energy initiative puts a 425-kilowatt photovoltaic project to work on the UC Santa Barbara campus

  • UCSB is a partner in the Next Generation Power Electronics Institute, one of three manufacturing institutes planned by President Obama to boost the country's economy.

  • Illustration of Guillermo Bazan's synthetic oligoelectrolytes

    The Army's recent $48 million investment in the UCSB Institute for Collaborative Biotechnologies opens the door for technological innovations inspired by nature

  • Ram Seshadri, professor of materials, and of chemistry and biochemistry, demonstrates the optimal structure for phosphors
    Ram Seshadri, professor of materials, and of chemistry and biochemistry, demonstrates the optimal structure for phosphors

    Building upon a theory developed by UC Santa Barbara professor and 1998 Nobel Laureate Walter Kohn, and utilizing the bright blue LED invented by UCSB professor Shuji Nakamura, reserachers at the university's Solid State Lighting $ Energy Center...

  • John Bowers, professor of electrical and computer engineering and of materials at UC Santa Barbara, will give UCSB's 2013 Faculty Research Lecture on Thursday, October 3, at 4 p.m. in the Engineering Science Building, Room 1001.

  • More efficient lighting, improved ventilation, new windows, furniture, and carpet, and upgraded heating and cooling systems are among the things that will greet UC Santa Barbara students living in Anacapa Hall, as contractors scramble to put the...

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