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  • Letters and Science, Geography

    Researcher uncovers why most of the records left by ancient rivers preserve commonplace processes

  • Letters and Science, Molecular Cellular and Developmental Biology

    Researchers and medical staff collaborate to detect asymptomatic cases of COVID-19 on campus

  • Letters and Science

    UC Santa Barbara Library launches COVID-19 Community Archives Project for students, faculty, staff

  • Letters and Science, Psychological and Brain Sciences

    Neuroscientist Emily Jacobs has been awarded a $5 million NIH grant to advance women’s health

  • Creative Studies, Engineering, Letters and Science, Sociology

    Three undergraduate students, one faculty member receive Chancellor’s awards for research

  • Letters and Science

    Gaucho and former Major Leaguer Ryan Spilborghs earns his bachelor’s degree 18 years after leaving campus

  • Letters and Science, Black Studies, Sociology

    In a virtual town hall, Black students share how anti-blackness has shaped their lives and experiences

  • A simulation of light emission around Sagittarius A* as gas spirals inward over the course of around 53 hours.
    A simulation of light emission around Sagittarius A* as gas spirals inward over the course of around 53 hours.

    Physicist’s innovative model provides insight into the behavior of the black hole at the center of our galaxy

  • Letters and Science, Geography

    Researchers find that using forests to offset carbon emissions will require a better understanding of the risks

  • Letters and Science

    UC Santa Barbara announces winners of Thomas More Storke Award and other top university prizes

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