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  • Colin Kelley's research is perhaps the first to examine climate change in relation to a current war
  • A safe house in Ohio
    Forced to operate in complete secrecy, the Underground Railroad has proved enigmatic to historians
  • This all-atom simulation shows the tau protein (blue) interacting with multiple stabilizing TMAO osmolytes.
    A unique class of proteins in the human body has the ability to alter their configuration
  • Assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering receives a CAREER Award from the National Science Foundation

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  • UCSB research on stuttering breaks new ground

    Two new studies from UCSB researchers provide new insight into the treatment of stuttering as well as understanding its physiological basis

  • When a private collector brought a Buddha statue to the Drents Museum in the Netherlands for restoration, something amazing was discovered.

Featured Events

Mexican Studies/Estudios Mexicanos cover
Reception to celebrate Mexican Studies/Estudio
3:00 pmMarch 2
In the Red and Brown Water poster
A contemporary coming of age story by Tarell Alvin McCraney
8:00 pmFebruary 27 to March 7
History professor, author Eric Foner
Author and historian Eric Forner on his latest book in this Capps Forum on Ethics and Public Policy
5:00 pmMarch 3
Fletcher Benton portrait
Exhibition examines, honors artistic process of the celebrated California sculptor
5:00 pmJanuary 17 to May 1

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Video Picks

Video highlights from Food from the Sea Summit
UCSB's Physics Circus at Monte Vista Elementary School in Santa Barbara