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  • A timelapsed video of RoboSimian at the DARPA Robotics Challenge Finals
    A timelapsed video of RoboSimian at the DARPA Robotics Challenge Finals
    Science + Technology
    June 18 2015
  • Campus + Community
    June 16 2015
  • Researchers in UCSB professor Yasamin Mostofi's lab use WiFi to count the number of people in a given space
    Researchers in UCSB professor Yasamin Mostofi's lab use WiFi to count the number of people in a given space
    Science + Technology
    June 8 2015
  • Campus + Community
    May 27 2015
  • Octopus skin can sense light even without input from the eyes or brain.
    Octopus skin can sense light even without input from the eyes or brain.
    Science + Technology
    May 20 2015
  • This video was part of UCSB's award-winning Action Today for Tomorrow campaign
    This video was part of UCSB's award-winning Action Today for Tomorrow campaign
    Campus + Community
    May 1 2015
  • UCSB's SciTrek educational program teaches students to think critically and work as a team.
    UCSB's SciTrek educational program teaches students to think critically and work as a team.
    Science + Technology
    April 27 2015
  • Daniel Hieber wins UCSB's 3rd annual Grad Slam.
    Daniel Hieber wins UCSB's 3rd annual Grad Slam.
    Campus + Community
    April 20 2015
  • Campus + Community
    April 15 2015
  • Alumni Lanny Kaufer and Phil McKenna on their experience with civil rights project SCOPE
    Alumni Lanny Kaufer and Phil McKenna on their experience with civil rights project SCOPE
    Society + Culture
    April 14 2015
  • Jonathan Berger materials researcher at UCSB, describes what makes Isomax as efficient as it is
    Jonathan Berger materials researcher at UCSB, describes what makes Isomax as efficient as it is
    Science + Technology
    April 8 2015
  • Arts
    April 6 2015
  • UCSB's Cutting-Edge Greenhouses
    UCSB's Cutting-Edge Greenhouses
    Science + Technology
    March 30 2015
  • UCSB physics professor Paul Hansma explains new instrument for measuring bone strength.
    UCSB physics professor Paul Hansma explains new instrument for measuring bone strength.
    Science + Technology
    March 24 2015
  • Campus + Community
    March 17 2015
  • A look inside UCSB's Cheadle Center for Biodiversity and Ecological Restoration
    A look inside UCSB's Cheadle Center for Biodiversity and Ecological Restoration
    Science + Technology
    March 12 2015
  • Society + Culture
    March 2 2015
  • This all-atom simulation shows the tau protein (blue) interacting with multiple stabilizing TMAO osmolytes.
    This all-atom simulation shows the tau protein (blue) interacting with multiple stabilizing TMAO osmolytes.
    Science + Technology
    February 25 2015
  • UCSB research on stuttering breaks new ground
    UCSB research on stuttering breaks new ground
    Science + Technology
    February 23 2015
  • Video highlights from Food from the Sea Summit
    Video highlights from Food from the Sea Summit
    Science + Technology
    February 19 2015
  • Eva Haller on her passion for the arts and her gift of a Fletcher Benton sculpture to UCSB's Art, Design & Architecture Museum
    Eva Haller on her passion for the arts and her gift of a Fletcher Benton sculpture to UCSB's Art, Design & Architecture Museum
    Arts
    February 12 2015
  • UCSB's Physics Circus at Monte Vista Elementary School in Santa Barbara
    UCSB's Physics Circus at Monte Vista Elementary School in Santa Barbara
    Science + Technology
    February 11 2015
  • A video about UCSB's acquisition of a collection of Turkish music records
    A video about UCSB's acquisition of a collection of Turkish music records
    Arts
    February 4 2015
  • Science + Technology
    January 22 2015
  • A video about the effort to streamline energy usage on the Microsoft campus
    A video about the effort to streamline energy usage on the Microsoft campus
    Campus + Community
    January 21 2015

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