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  • UCSB physicist Paul Hansma discusses how to improve bone health
    UCSB physicist Paul Hansma discusses how to improve bone health
    Letters and Science, Physics
    An FDA-approved bone quality diagnostic tool is poised to provide better insights into bone hardness
  • Engineering, Chemical Engineering
    Chemical engineering professor and chair receives prestigious mid-career award from DOE
  • , Gevirtz Graduate School of Education, Education
    From rural ranch life to a doctorate, Ana Y. Guerrero ’20 makes good on an American dream
  • Engineering, Materials, Letters and Science, Chemistry and Biochemistry
    A new material holds promise for the next generation of organic electronics
  • Letters and Science, Physics
    A tenacious star validates a revised model of supernovae
  • 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.
    Letters and Science, Physics
    Reading between the lines to model our galaxy’s central black hole
  • Letters and Science, Earth Science
    The Geological Society honors Tanya Atwater, and her storied career studying plate tectonics, with the Wollaston Medal
  • Gevirtz Graduate School of Education, Letters and Science, Black Studies, History, Theater and Dance
    Scholars discuss what the holiday symbolizes, how it can be observed — and why there is much more work to be done
  • Highlights from UCSB Commencement 2022
    Highlights from UCSB Commencement 2022
    Bren School of Environmental Science & Management, Creative Studies, Engineering, Gevirtz Graduate School of Education, Letters and Science
    Commencement 2022 was an exercise in joy and celebration
  • Letters and Science, Physics
    Professor Ben Mazin talks superconductors, exoplanets and dance clubs as he explains advances in sensor technology

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