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SANTA BARBARA, Calif. — What if a Florida tomato could be left on the vine long enough to turn red and fully develop its flavor — and still be ripe and juicy when it arrived at a grocery store in New York days later?
6 Local Startups Make Their Pitch at Goleta Entrepreneurial Magnet Demo Day
BizHawk: Goleta Entrepreneurial Magnet Prepares New Startups with Summer Accelerator
Inogen’s second quarter revenues, profits way upInogen revenues increased 24 percent and profits increased 48 percent, the company said when it released second quarter earnings results Aug. 4
CONTACT: Dave Adornetto Goleta Entrepreneurial Magnet dadornetto@goletaentrepreneurs.com   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE July 27, 2016
UCSB ALUMNI ASSOCIATION ANNOUNCES NEW BOARD LEADERSHIPFive new members elected at annual Board of Directors meeting on June 4 
Tech Startup Designing Wearable Blood-Alcohol Tester
The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA), which is part of the U.S. National Institutes of Health, issued a research challenge in March 2015 for the creation of a noninvasive, wearable alcohol biosensor.
A device designed to help scientists study water by making it easier and less dangerous to collect water samples was the winning technological innovation at the UC Santa Barbara Technology Management Program’s (TMP) New Venture Competition (NVC) Finals on May 19.
Six teams of entrepreneurs battled it out Thursday at UCSB's Corwin Pavilion in the 17th annual New Venture Competition, with the winner taking home $12,500 to put toward prototype inventions and businesses.  
Today’s methods of sampling water, explained UC Santa Barbara chemical engineering student Rahul Sangodkar, are expensive and difficult to execute, making it hard to pin down the true effects disasters like the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill hav
Today the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism announced the winners of its Wearable Alcohol Biosensor Challenge, a competition to design a discreet device capable of measuring blood alcohol levels in near real-time.