1. A Celebration of UCSB's Sixth Nobel Laureate

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    UC Santa Barbara's College of Engineering hosted a celebration on Thursday, Oct. 30, to mark the 2014 Nobel Prize in Physics, awarded to Shuji Nakamura.

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    • Al's Clock [Cubism in motion]

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      "Al's Clock" is about a clock with a twist, the hands are still while the face moves. This is one of many interesting clocks from a collection that belongs to esteemed Mechanical Engineering Professor, Albert "Al" Pisano at the University of California's Berkeley Campus. More about Al's amazing contributions here: http://www.me.berkeley.edu/faculty/pisano/ http://www.linkedin.com/in/albertpisano UPDATE (September, 2013) Professor Pisano has been named Dean of the Jacobs School of Engineering at UCSD: http://www.jacobsschool.ucsd.edu/news/news_releases/release.sfe?id=1387 "Al's Clock" is my debut of Cubism in motion. Perhaps you could see this coming from some previous works that I jokingly refer to as 'Sub-Cubism': "Altered Trains" https://vimeo.com/56607574 "K I T E S" https://vimeo.com/47605517 "Freight Shred" https://vimeo.com/41370218 Thank you Al for allowing me access to your office to video capture your wonderful clock. Camera, original music, and editing by Phil Loarie

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      • Antimicrobial Peptides for Battling Cancer

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        Donald L. Katz Professor of Chemical Engineering Erdogan Gulari and his team of researchers have been working to synthesize and find antimicrobial peptides that will battle selective targets such as cancer. Video for Michigan Engineering (www.engin.umich.edu)

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        • Art and Engineering Design Movie Presentation at iExpo

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          iFoundry held it's end of semester event, iExpo, Wednesday 2 December 2009 at the iHotel in Champaign. College of Engineering administration, faculty, iFoundry students and guests watched as the four iTeams creatively presented their many accomplishments.

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          • A Season With Michigan Baja Racing - 2011

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            By Matthew Grandin for the University of Michigan Baja Racing Team. Every year the Society of Automotive Engineers hosts a series of competitions attended by a hundred or more student teams from engineering colleges around America and the globe. Teams design & build a race vehicle throughout the academic year. They gather to compete in Dynamic Events including Acceleration, Rock Climbing, Maneuverability and Hill Climbing in the summer. A 4 hour Endurance Race over a rugged motocross-style track ends each competition and sends teams home with pending repairs. Students gain hands-on engineering practice, real-world job skills and an exciting final assessment!

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            • A small 'chilli' can make huge difference - Part 1/7

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              Talk on "Social-Engineering" by Paul Kronenberg: Paul Kronenberg is a “Social-Engineer” and co-founder of Braille Without Borders (BWB) and kanthari. He focuses on the running and operational management of both organisations. He has a technical background graduating in mechanical engineering, computer science, commercial technology and data-communication system science and gained practical experience while working for different organizations in development projects in Africa, Eastern Europe and Tibet. Next to being a motivational speaker, Paul has a keen interest in eco friendly low cost “open hardware” technologies and architecture. Paul is the driving force behind the low cost and eco friendly designs of the buildings and supervises all construction activities within the projects. Want to know more about Paul, visit www.kanthari.org/ Event details: facebook.com/events/1509041665988479/ For more info contact, anoopat@live.com

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              • Atmospheric Teaching Experiment - Virginia Tech

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                Using a high-altitude weather balloon that is equipped with sensors that measure temperature, humidity, and other atmospheric data, the Atmospheric Teaching Experiment (ATEx) helps grade school students to better understand science. ATEx is a student-run organization whose members love engineering and working with kids. Their three-part educational program consists of a pre-launch workshop, the launch, and a post-launch analysis session.  

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                • Bone Regeneration

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                  A team of UTSA biomedical engineering researchers led by Drs. Joo Ong and C. Mauli Agrawal has been awarded a $2 million grant by the U.S. Army’s Medical Research and Materiel Command and the Institute for Surgical Research (ISR). This grant, the largest the UTSA College of Engineering has received to date, will support the development of a multifunctional implant to assist in the regeneration of bone in large defects caused by trauma. Soldiers wounded in combat and civilians alike will benefit from the advancements in bone regeneration technology developed as a result of the grant. “We are delighted that the Army selected us from among dozens of labs from around the country who had applied to work on this effort,” says Agrawal, Dean of the College of Engineering. “This work is especially important because it will help our soldiers who sacrifice so much for us.” Geographically, UTSA is in an advanced strategic position surrounded by the South Texas Medical Center, several military bases and the world-renowned Brooke Army Medical Center. “UTSA and San Antonio have tremendous expertise in this area of research and I am confident that we will be successful,” adds Agrawal. Collaborators on this research will include the University of Texas Health Science Center San Antonio, Southwest Research Institute, ISR and Carnegie Mellon University. Source: KENS-TV (Wendy Rigby)

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                  • BU CENG BATCH 2013 BTS

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                    a short clip of the Graduating Student of College of Engineering Batch 2013 during their yearbook photoshoot.

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