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  • Broken pieces of grey and orange pottery of many different sizes assembled on a dark blue background
    Among ancient Mayas, cacao was not a food exclusive to the elite, but was important — and common — to all
  • Physicists answer a decades-old question about interacting quantum particles in a disordered system
  • Marine research and conservation institutions band together to expand whale-saving technology
  • Two silver colored fish swim above a red coral reef in dark blue water
    Marc and Lynne Benioff gift the university $60 million to support ocean science research and solutions

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  • Aerial view of green lawn running through buildings
    The campus again lands in U.S. News & World Report’s Top 10, ranking No. 7 among the country’s top public universities

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UCSB physicist Paul Hansma discusses how to improve bone health
UCSB physicist Paul Hansma discusses how to improve bone health
The new simulation illustrates how the flickering light around a black hole can encode information about the system.
The new simulation illustrates how the flickering light around a black hole can encode information about the system.
  • dancers in neutral colored sweat suits stretch legs and arms on stage
    The fall quarter offers a stellar line-up of exhibitions, film screenings, theater, dance and more

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