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  • With George W. Bush and Al Gore Jr. already the obvious nominees of their parties for president of the United States, what questions remain to be answered by next month's political conventions?

  • a video describing the MEDIC device

    A device only slightly longer than a jumbo paperclip could pave the way for critical advances in medicine

  • A look at UCSB's role in UC Global Food Initiative

    Fisheries research, sustainability practices, food security innovations are among UCSB's contributions to systemwide effort to address global food issues

    • James Kennett

    A new study finds a rich assemblage of nanodiamonds, the production of which can be explained only by a cosmic impact

  • Dirk Bouwmeester

    A UCSB professor’s numerous breakthroughs in physics culminate in a prize that comes with 2.5 million euros

  • Denise Montell will explore whether anastasis (from the Greek meaning “rising to life”) plays a role in cancer

    • Danielle Bassett

    Bassett's 2014 MacArthur Fellowship will be used to study how brain connectivity patterns change in disease states or as new skills are learned

  • UCSB expert on stigma and self-esteem receives Scientific Impact Award from the Society for Experimental Social Psychology

  • photo of computer tracking facial features

    UC Santa Barbara computer science professor Matthew Turk has been elected Fellow by the International Association for Pattern Recognition (IAPR).

    • illustration for self-healing polymers in wet conditions

    Self healing polymers have been around for a while, but one that works in wet conditions opens up a host of possibilities

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