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Banerjee, K., Electrical & Computer Engineering, $387,730, Carbon Sciences, Inc., “Scalable and Low-Cost Graphene Synthesis for Transparent Electrode Applications.”

Bazan, G.C. (Chemistry & Biochemistry), Center for Polymers & Organic Solids, $390,000, National Science Foundation, “Design and Processing of Conjugated Polymers with High Charge Carrier Mobilities.”

Beltz, G.E. (Mechanical Engineering), Castellanos, M.L. (Campus Outreach Initiatives), Institute for Social, Behavioral, & Economic Research, $170,000, UC MESA, “UCSB 2013-2014 MESA MSP Schools Program.”

Blaes, O.M., Physics, $235,400, National Science Foundation, “Local Radiation MHD Simulations of the Hydrogen Ionization Instability in Accretion Disks: Constraining the MRI with Dwarf Novae and X-ray Binary Outbursts.”

Busby, C.J. (Earth Science), Earth Research Institute, $116,048, National Science Foundation, “REU Site: Collaborative Research: Field-Based Research on the Gulf of California Rift Margin Basins, Baja California Sur (Mexico).”

Butler, A., Chemistry & Biochemistry, $471,000, National Science Foundation, “Amphiphilic Siderophores: Biosynthesis, Iron Uptake and Effect on Microbial Growth.”

Carlson, C.A. (Ecology, Evolution & Marine Biology), Wear, E.K., Marine Science Institute, $30,000, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, “Exploring the Role of Photobleached Dissolved Organic Matter on Bacterial Community Activity and Carbon Export Potential in Upwelling-Dirven Case II Waters.”

Carvalho, L., Cannon, F.G., Geography, $30,000, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, “Western Himalaya Climate Variability: the Recent Trends in Large-scale Circulation and Local Precipitation Impacts.”

Chikowero, M. (History), Interdisciplinary Humanities Center, $64,000, American Council Of Learned Societies, “Tool of Empire, Technology of Self-Liberation: Colonial Radio Broadcasting to Africans in Zambia, Zimbabwe and Malawi, 1939-1980.”

Costello, C.J. (Donald Bren School of Environmental Science & Management), Marine Science Institute, $65,000, David and Lucile Packard Foundation, “Global Fishery Status - Current Synthesis and Future Projections.”

Davis, F.W. (Donald Bren School of Environmental Science & Management), Marine Science Institute, $7,950, USDI Fish And Wildlife Service, “Peer Review Process Associated with the Proposed Rule to list the Mexican Wolf as an Endangered Subspecies and Delist the Gray Wolf Elsewhere.”

Doyle, F.J. (Chemical Engineering), Grafton, S.T. (Psychological & Brain Sciences), Institute for Collaborative Biotechnologies, $26,742, Army, “Task 38: Institute for Collaborative Biotechnologies Systems and Synthetic Biology Undergraduate Research Apprenticeship Program.”

Doyle, F.J. (Chemical Engineering), Grafton, S.T. (Psychological & Brain Sciences), Institute for Collaborative Biotechnologies, $1,378,999, Army, “Task 37: Supervisory Controller for Optimal Role Allocation for Cueing of Human Operators (SCORCH).”

Felix, E. (Department of Counseling, Clinical, and School Psychology), Quirk, M. (Department of Counseling, Clinical, and School Psychology), Gevirtz Research Institute, $130,000, Santa Barbara County, “Evaluation of Proposition 10-Funded Activities for Santa Barbara County.”

Fredrickson, G.H. (Chemical Engineering), Materials Research Laboratory, $110,000, Intel Corporation, “Directed Self Assembly Modeling & Simulation.”

Gurven, M.D. (Anthropology), Pisor, A.C. (Anthropology), Institute for Social, Behavioral, & Economic Research, $15,249, National Science Foundation, “Doctoral Dissertation Research: Expanded Group Affiliation, Trust and Prosociality in Lowland Bolivia.”

Hayton, T.W., Chemistry & Biochemistry, $390,000, National Science Foundation, “Harnessing the Unusual Electronic Properties of the Ketimide Ligand: The Pursuit of High Oxidation State Metal Ions and Metal-Metal Bonds.”

Heeger, A.J. (Physics), California Nanosystems Institute, $139,617, Biosolar, “Bio-Inspired Redox-Active-Polyelectrolytes (RPE).”

Hespanha, J.P., Electrical & Computer Engineering, $544,726, National Science Foundation, “CPS: Frontiers: Collaborative Research: ROSELINE: Enabling Robust, Secure, and Efficient Knowledge of Time Across the System Stack.”

Israelachvili, J.N., Chemical Engineering, $846,000, Department of Energy, “Relationships between the chemistry and physical interaction forces (adhesion, friction & lubrication) between closely apposed surfaces in liquids.”

Keller, A.A. (Donald Bren School of Environmental Science & Management), Suh, S. (Donald Bren School of Environmental Science & Management), Earth Research Institute, $109,921, Department of California EPA Toxic Substances Control, “Chemical Life Cycle Database and Visualization Tool.”

Leonardi, P.M., Technology Management Program, $309,170, National Science Foundation, “Improving the Effectiveness of Organizational Knowledge Transfer Through Social Media Use.”

Low, D.A., Molecular, Cellular & Developmental Biology, $15,000, Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital, “Identification of genes that are up- or down-regulated in response to contact-dependent growth inhibition (CDI)-mediated delivery of CdiA-CT effectors.”

Ma, D. (Molecular, Cellular & Developmental Biology), Neuroscience Research Institute, $50,000, UC Cancer Research Coordinating Committee, “A novel role of histone methyltransferase subunits in cytokinesis.”

Mahan, M.J., Molecular, Cellular & Developmental Biology, $15,000, Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital, “In Vivo Induction of Antibiotic Resistance during Microbial Infection.”

Mazin, B., Meeker, S.R., Physics, $68,000, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, “Coronagraphic Planet Finding with Energy Resolving Detectors.”

Mazin, B., Srypryt, P., Physics, $68,000, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, “Microwave Kinetic Inductance Detector Development.”

Mazin, B., Physics, $200,000, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, “Kinetic Inductance Detectors for X-ray Astrophysics.”

Mezic, I., Mechanical Engineering, $179,753, Office of Naval Research (ONR), “Koopman Mode Decomposition and Mixing in Fluid Flows.”

Michaelsen, J.C. (Geography), Stratton, E., Earth Research Institute (CCBER), $869,300, California Coastal Conservancy, “North Campus Open Space Restoration (previously named Upper Devereux Slough) Project Planning Phase, UCSB.

Morgan, M. (Dramatic Art), Interdisciplinary Humanities Center, $40,000, National Endowment For the Arts, “The Odyssey Project.”

Nguyen, T.T. (Chemistry & Biochemistry), Center for Polymers & Organic Solids, $400,000, National Science Foundation, “Solution-Processed organic ratchets for energy harvesting.”

O’Malley, M.A., Chemical Engineering, $50,000, UC Cancer Research Coordinating Committee, “A novel microbial system to screen GPCR crosstalk during cancer proliferation.”

Oprea, R.D. (Economics), Institute for Social, Behavioral, & Economic Research, $58,853, UC Santa Cruz, “Revealed Preferences and General Equilibrium in the Laboratory.”

Paul, C. (History Of Art & Architecture), Interdisciplinary Humanities Center, $50,400, National Endowment for the Humanities, “The Museo Capitolino and the Origins of the Public Art Museum.”

Pennington, B.O. (Molecular, Cellular & Developmental Biology), Clegg, D.O. (Molecular, Cellular & Developmental Biology), Neuroscience Research Institute, $2,000, Sigma XI, The Scientific Research Society, “Cryopreservation and directed differentiation of retinal pigmented epithelium derived from human embryonic stem cells maintained on a novel, xeno-free substrate.”

Pollock, T., Materials, $100,000, General Electric Corp., “Rejuvenation of Single Crystal Turbine Bucket Materials.”

Roberts, D.A., Thorpe, A.K., Geography, $30,000, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, “Mapping local greenhouse gas emissions using airborne imaging spectrometry.”

Rodwell, M.J., electrical & computer engineering, $50,000, Semiconductor Research Corporation, “10-18nm-Lg III-V UTB and fin FETs Targeting the GP/LP/ULP Requirements.”

Saleh, O.A., Fygenson, D.K. (Physics), Materials, $400,000, National Science Foundation, “Marginal DNA Networks.”

Segalman, R., Chemical Engineering, $337,000, Office Of Naval Research (ONR), “PECASE: Bioinspired Polymer Brushes and Thin Films for Antifouling Coatings.”

Sherwin, M. (Physics), Institute for Terahertz Science & Technology, $565,000, National Science Foundation, “Terahertz Electron Hole Recollisions.”

Shraiman, B.I., Physics, $783,780, Simons Foundation, “Natural Selection in Rapidly Mutating Populations and Mitochondrial Aging.”

Siegel, D.A. (Geography), Bell, T.W., Earth Research Institute, $30,000, NASA Shared Services Center (NSSC), “Hyperspectral Remote Sensing of Kelp Condition in the Santa Barbara Channel.”

Stemmer, S., Materials, $520,000, National Science Foundation, “High-Mobility Perovskite Thin Films.”

Strukov, D., Electrical & Computer Engineering, $51,436, National Institute Of Standards And Technology (NIST), “Chemical, Electrical, and Thermal Mapping of Resistive Switching Effects in Metal Oxide Devices.”

Thorsch, J. (Earth Research Institute), Earth Research Institute (CCBER), $25,000, California Coastal Conservancy, “Kids in Nature Explore the Coast.”

Vigna, G., Kruegel, C., Computer Science, $1,066,071, National Science Foundation, “TWC: TTP Option: Medium: Collaborative: Identifying and Mitigating Trust Violations in the Smartphone Ecosystem.”

Wallace, V. (Religious Studies), Interdisciplinary Humanities Center, $85,300, American Council Of Learned Societies, “The Interplay between Buddhist Texts, Images, and Rituals in Mongolian Buddhism.”

Weld, D. (Physics), California Nanosystems Institute, $1,000,000, Army, Durham, N.C. Office (AROD), “Nonequilibrium Dynamics with Ultracold Atoms.”

York, R.A., Stemmer, S. (Materials), Electrical & Computer Engineering, $784,537, Army, “Investigation of RF Losses in Tunable Dielectric Devices.”

Young, H.S. (Ecology, Evolution & Marine Biology), Marine Science Institute, $107,954, Morris Animal Foundation, “Effects of land-use on tick-burden and tick-borne diseases in wild dogs (Lycaon pictus).”

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