New tools and diagnostics that can directly probe the electrical, structural and optical behavior of biological materials can not only illuminate our understanding of those systems but also inspire us with new device constructs that can be engineered from hybrid biological-non biological components.
Nanoscale science enables the development of new materials and devices to improve energy efficiency, production, and storage.
Nanophotonic and Nanoelectronic technologies promise to provide more compact and rapid information processing, as well as dramatically new means of accessing and controlling photons and charge.
UCSB has the ability to help you find the research, talent, facilities, matching funding, and expertise that you and your company need.
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