UCSB and USGS collaborators model how changes in climate and socioeconomic status will likely affect health outcomes in sub-Saharan Africa.
The UCSB Library presents an exhibit that explores the scientific discoveries of legendary botanist Sir Joseph Banks.
Charles E. Samuel, a UCSB professor and internationally recognized pioneer in the study of interferons, will deliver the 62nd Annual Faculty Research Lecture.
UCSB student success center fulfills its promise to serve and support underrepresented undergraduates.
UCSB's swim team finished second to WSU during their 2017-2018 season opener.
UCSB geologists and colleagues use ground-penetrating radar to determine the breadth and depth of erosion from an ancient tsunami in Northern California.
UCSB biologists explore the molecular underpinnings of cells that recover from the verge of programmed death.
UCSB researchers compare the performance of human subjects versus deep neural networks in visual searches.
A replica 19th-century printing press from England takes center stage in UC Santa Barbara’s new Maker Lab.
UCSB engineers create atomically thin superlattice materials with precision.
UCSB engineering professor Shuji Nakamura receives prestigious recognition from the Institution of Engineering and Technology.
The old adage also applies to residents of Southern California, where earthquakes are a regular occurrence, say UCSB geologists.
The UCSB Economic Forecast Project to present up-to-date social, environmental and economic data pertaining to Santa Barbara County
UCSB welcomes 9,400 new and returning Gauchos over Move-In Weekend Sept. 22–24; temporary traffic restrictions in effect for Storke and El Colegio Roads.
UCSB is named a National Science Foundation Neurotechnology Hub for optical brain imaging.
Researchers receive funding to develop technologies to monitor large-scale, giant kelp farms designed to provide a novel energy source
UCSB biochemistry professor Alison Butler receives the 2018 Alfred Bader Award for “elucidating the bioinorganic chemistry of the marine environment.”
U.S. News & World Report has once again ranked UC Santa Barbara number 8 among the country’s top public universities.
UCSB marine biologists identify the movement patterns of a parrotfish species that rotationally harvests its favorite algae and defends its feeding territory
A UCSB geographer collaborates to model the impact of changing precipitation patterns in northern European and North American cities.
A UCSB oceanographer will lead a multimillion-dollar NASA project to decipher the impact of ocean biology on the carbon cycle
UCSB biologists demonstrate that wildlife loss and climate change can synergistically increase tick abundance and the risk of tick-borne disease.
UCSB biologists and colleagues show that fruit fly larvae can make decisions about feeding that balance risk against benefit.
UCSB researchers use gold nanoparticles to enhance the accuracy of biomedical tests, thereby eliminating false positive results.
UCSB researchers unravel the negative effects of pesticide exposure on birth outcomes, such as weight, gestation and abnormalities.
Developmental biologist and Otis Williams Postdoctoral Fellow Georgina Stooke-Vaughan to investigate the mechanical development of the eye.
UCSB physics professor’s vision of launching tiny spaceships to explore a star beyond the solar system lands him in World Book’s ‘Out of this World’ series.
UCSB’s James Caesar relies on communication and planning when responding to campus emergencies; and now he’s been rewarded for it.
A new dental restoration composite developed by UCSB scientists proves more durable than the conventional material.
UCSB researchers studying water quality as part of multicampus project to combat drought with stormwater.