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Shuji NakamuraA Global Laureate  Shuji Nakamura, the UCSB materials and electrical and chemical engineering professor who won a 2014 Nobel Prize, has been named a 2015 Global Energy Prize Laureate in recognition of his groundbreaking work in LED technology.
Oceanographer Studies ‘Snowstorm’
From Deepwater Horizon Explosion
Prestigious Grant Helps Researchers
in Study of the Mechanics of Life
Professor of Math, Physics Elected to
U.S. Academy of Arts and Sciences
Scientists Use Silver Nanoclusters
to Create Tunable Fluorescent Arrays
Grad Slam Winner
Edible Campus Project Alumni Jack and Kim Johnson and the Johnson Ohana Foundation have teamed with UCSB’s Associated Students Food Bank and Department of Public Worms on a new Edible Campus project to grow food on campus.
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Suji Nakamura
Dorrance Dance
, in "The Blues Project," a love letter to tap and blues featuring nine dancers, a live blues band and original music by Toshi Reagon, May 2.
Giovanni Vigna, professor and computer
security expert, on malware, April 28.
Hip Hop: Beyond Beats & Rhymes, free
screening at Pollock Theater, April 28.
Orange is the New Black
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