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Kenny Slaught Low To Engineer Selective Phage

David Low, a professor in UCSB’s Department of Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology, will immerse himself in an innovative global health and development research project titled “Strategy for development of enteric pathogen-specific phage”. His research will directly focus on a new way to deal with serious bacterial pathogens as they become resistant to many once-powerful… Continue Reading

Pieces Of Art Will Be Better Protected – Kenny Slaught

The project commended by Kenny Slaught works towards the fortification of the antiquated character of physical building while also providing for innovative upgrades. Furthermore, through fortifications like seismic upgrades, both the building and the tens of thousands of pieces of art inside will be better protected. The plan also creates 25 percent more gallery area… Continue Reading

Kenny Slaught On The Importance Of Obtaining Skills In The Service And Hospitality Industry

The service and hospitality industry is a field that allows bright professional opportunities and a chance for graduates to grow their skills and achieve goals of  becoming a celebrated chef, manager, or hotel administrator. The Culinary Arts and Hotel Management program available at SBCC is all-encompassing and comprises numerous aspects of the service industry of varied… Continue Reading

Kenny Slaught – Santa Barbara City College Has A Great Reputation When It Comes To Offering Network Support

Santa Barbara City College has demonstrated a great reputation in training professionals who work in the specialization of network support. As per Kenny Slaught, “your precious time will be wisely invested studying this favorable and beneficial program.” Network engineers work at a company managing their computer network and helping employees with the best technological applications… Continue Reading

Kenny Slaught And California’s Real Estate Market

Some factors driving the current situation are particularly Californian in nature, traced back to a general lack of available land in desirable locations. The cost of undeveloped land is prohibitively high, particularly in the Los Angeles and San Francisco areas. Kenny Slaught points to regular stalling of new construction projects, which results in many owners… Continue Reading

Kenny Slaught On Low Rates Inside California’s Hot Market

Because of a white-hot housing market, today’s West Coast buyers learn that they must pay excessively high prices for older, less luxurious homes. Kenny Slaught notes that home values have been steadily rising since 2008, and the Standard & Poor’s Case-Shiller home price index reveals that Los Angeles home prices reached their highest point during… Continue Reading