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    The new year is off to a strong start for UC Santa Barbara engineer and Nobel laureate Shuji Nakamura. https://t.co/s3Rm4yCfJ4
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    Gauchos, UC Irvine Meet in ESPN Showdown at Thunderdome Saturday https://t.co/wEwSLv3sIv
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    Gaucho Offense Explodes for 21 Goals in Shutout against Fresno Pacific https://t.co/hUQsrITn94
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    Two @UCSB #marine biologists pen a children’s book that explores the #California's unique coastal #ecosystems - fro… https://t.co/k7htixFG2k
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    ICYMI. Check out this @KCSB segment about the #UCSB Reads 2018 pick "Lab Girl" by Hope Jahren. https://t.co/inK8ilHvGB
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    RT @PacSurfliners: SERVICE ALERT: Additional @PacSurfliners roundtrip added starting 1/20 to further increase train service between #Ventur
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    Don't forget @SB_Hacks is happening on campus this weekend! It's going to be a great hackathon. Check out… https://t.co/gjoKNK2uZl
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    One #UCSB scholar received the Lifetime Achievement Award while two others received Research Awards from the presti… https://t.co/6HDw5cMp87
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Culture + World

  • Scholars honored by prestigious Chinese organization for their contributions to archaeology
  • A Ghanaian mother and daughter with a solar light
    Unite to Light, the nonprofit founded by UCSB’s John Bowers, is providing thousands of solar lights to Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh
  • UCSB experts examine the personal safety and data risks associated with in-home delivery service
  • New faculty in the English department bring vibrancy to Chicana/Chicano literature studies
  • Environmental economists predict big manufacturing losses in China by mid-21st century due to climate change
  • Historian’s new book examines how Japanese tourists helped to create and sustain the Japanese Empire

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