Twenty-seven rare books and manuscripts from the 13th through 17th centuries are on display in the special collections department of Davidson Library at UC Santa Barbara.
Letters and Science, History
Letters and Science, Sociology
Victor Rios, an assistant professor of sociology at UC Santa Barbara, has received the 2011-12 Harold J. Plous Award.
Letters and Science, Chemistry and Biochemistry, Molecular Cellular and Developmental Biology
In what they are calling a new direction in the study of Alzheimer's disease, UC Santa Barbara scientists have made an important finding about what happens to brain cells that are destroyed in Alzheimer's disease and related dementias.
New Book by UCSB Political Economist Explores the Euro, the Dollar, and the Future of Global CurrencyLetters and Science, Economics, Political Science
When the euro was established as Europe's joint money 12 years ago, many predicted it would soon achieve parity with the U.S. dollar –– and possibly surpass it –– as an international currency.
Letters and Science, Communication
Karen Kroman Myers, assistant professor of communication at UC Santa Barbara and a specialist in organizational communication, will give the 53rd Annual Harold Plous Award Lecture on Friday, April 1.
Letters and Science, Music
Acclaimed composer Nolan Gasser, architect of Pandora Radio's Music Genome Project, will present three free public lectures at UC Santa Barbara on Feb. 14, 23, and 28.
Letters and Science, Molecular Cellular and Developmental Biology
A UC Santa Barbara stem cell expert is one of three scientists who have been named the recipients of the 11th annual Albany Medical Center Prize in Medicine and Biomedical Research.
UCSB Chemists Make Discovery that May Lead to Drug Treatment Possibilities for Alzheimer's, Diabetes, and other DiseasesLetters and Science, Chemistry and Biochemistry
UC Santa Barbara scientists have made a discovery that has the potential for use in the early diagnosis and eventual treatment of plaque-related diseases such as Alzheimer's disease and Type 2 diabetes.
Letters and Science, Chemistry and Biochemistry
(Santa Barbara, Calif.) –– A portion of the "code" of life has been unraveled by a UC Santa Barbara graduate student from the town of Jojutla, Mexico.
Letters and Science, Physics
An important milestone toward the realization of a large-scale quantum computer, and further demonstration of a new level of the quantum control of light, were accomplished by a team of scientists at UC Santa Barbara and in China and Japan.