Start Your EnginesACS Central ScienceApril 18, 2016Link
UCSC data storage researchers tackle practical problemsUniversity of California, Santa Cruz news officeMay 20, 2014Link
UCSC engineer focuses on assistive technology for people with disabilitiesUniversity of California, Santa Cruz news officeMay 8, 2014Link
New program pairs alumni mentors with engineering undergraduatesUniversity of California, Santa Cruz news officeApril 18, 2014Link
Research on metal hydrides revived for next-generation solutions to renewable energy storageMRS BulletinDecember 2013Link
The promise and pitfalls of carbon captureArs TechnicaNovember 28, 2012Link
Building biomedical testsSanta Clara MagazineFall 2012Link
Silicon circuits that dissolve when wet made for smart medical implantsArs TechnicaSeptember 25, 2012Link
Touch and Go: Fondling the Digital WorldNew ScientistJune 11, 2012Link
New electrode material could lead to powerful rechargeable sodium batteriesArs TechnicaMay 4, 2012Link
Block Copolymer Helps Lithography Get SmallerChemical & Engineering NewsApril 11, 2012Link
Single atom transistor gets precise position on chipNew ScientistFebruary 19, 2012Link
NASA's winning electric aircraft take flightNew ScientistOctober 6, 2011Link
Screen-spy program can read text and emailsNew ScientistNovember 2, 2011Link
Single molecule is tiniest electric motor everNew ScientistSeptember 7, 2011Link
Quantum logic could make better robot bartendersNew ScientistSeptember 6, 2011Link
Q&A with Scott White, materials engineerUCSC Science Communication program, from AAAS 2011Link