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Scientists transform how complex marine data from the Ocean Health Index is synthesized, communicated

In 2012, scientists at UC Santa Barbara's National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis (NCEAS) launched the Ocean Health Index (OHI), a scientific framework to measure and track the health of the world's oceans. Working in partnership...Show More Summary

Better science faster

(University of California - Santa Barbara) Scientists at UCSB's NCEAS are transforming how complex marine data from the Ocean Health Index is synthesized, communicated and used for coastal management.

A leap for 3-D printing

(University of California - Santa Barbara) Tresa Pollock receives a $3 million Department of Defense fellowship to develop a platform for printing with new extreme-use materials

DIY mycologists

Stefanie Cohen reporting on: the Citizen Scientists Who Think Mushrooms Have SuperpowersAt Psychedelic Science 2017, Steinhardt, a Ph.D. candidate in anthropology at the University of California, Santa Barbara, delivered a talk describing her research on a specific subset of amateur scientists within this world: DIY mycologists. Show More Summary

Inside Ellen Degeneres' $45M Santa Barbara estate

CNBC's Robert Frank brings you into the Ellen DeGeneres' $45M home and the art market uptick kicking off with this $110M painting.

Sam Choi and Kyle Kinanne finish in top three at CIF-SS Individual Championship

SANTA BARBARA – The pins were tucked in diabolically difficult positions, bringing almost every hazard and greenside bunker into play at Rancho San Marcos Golf Course. Add a swirling, unpredictable wind and some thick, unforgiving brush, and the CIF-SS Individual Championship turned into a battle for survival. The hillside Santa Barbara course claimed its share […]

Star power

(University of California - Santa Barbara) UCSB researchers participate in an intercampus project that probes a unique marine animal for insights into human vascular system.

Confederate Colony in Brazil in Santa Bárbara D'Oeste, Brazil

As Confederate monuments are coming down in the Southern United States, even further south, in South America, the Confederacy lives on in a different way. Every year, the Festa Confederada (Confederate Party) is held in Santa Barbara...Show More Summary

Viewing Picks for May 17, 2017

All Times Eastern College Baseball Cal-Santa Barbara at USC — Pac-12 Network/Pac-12 Los Angeles, 9 p.m. Cycling Tour of California Stage 4: Santa Barbara to Santa Clarita — NBCSN, 5 p.m. English Premier League Matchweek 37 Southampton vs. Show More Summary

Pair of earthquakes strikes near Santa Barbara County coast

A pair of earthquakes rattled the coastal areas of Santa Barbara County late Tuesday, authorities said. The first temblor was at 9:42 p.m., when a shallow magnitude 4.1 earthquake struck about eight miles west of Isla Vista in the waters of the Pacific Ocean, according to the U.S. Geological Survey....

Good Deed Nabs ‘American Folk’; Gravitas Picks Up ‘Kim Dotcom: Caught In The Web’

Good Deed Entertainment has acquired the North American distribution rights to American Folk (f.k.a September 12th), from first-time filmmaker David Heinz. The film, which debuted at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival, follows...Show More Summary

Santa Barbara Golf Club on right path with new management group

A year under new management and several months of wet weather have brightened the forecast at Santa Barbara Golf Club. The municipal course in the destination city on the Central Coast has been under the green thumb of CourseCo since last July. The golf management company with a large roster of courses in Northern California […]

A tale of two sites

(University of California - Santa Barbara) Marine scientists determine how the larvae of a common coral species respond to environmental stresses in Taiwan and Moorea.

Teacher Resigns After Sending Shockingly Anti-Gay Letter To Student Newspaper | San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara Area News A California teacher has resigned after sparking outrage in his school district for citing a Bible passage with an anti-gay message in a student newspaper. Michael Stack, who taught...Show More Summary

Let there be tissue

(University of California - Santa Barbara) Near-infrared light proves an effective and precise tool for engineering tissues from stem cells.

Santa Barbara man killed by deputies on San Diego-area Indian reservation

Authorities say a man shot and killed by San Diego County sheriff's deputies on the Barona Indian Reservation had tried to hit them with his car. The man was identified Friday as 50-year-old Jeroen Koornwinder of Santa Barbara. A report of a reckless driver sent deputies to the reservation Wednesday...

Santa Barbara man killed by deputies on Indian reservation

Authorities say a man shot and killed by San Diego County sheriff's deputies on the Barona Indian Reservation had tried to hit them with his car. He was identified him … Click to Continue »

Connor Seabold, Chris Hudgins lead Cal State Fullerton past UC Santa Barbara

FULLERTON — If second-place Cal State Fullerton wants to retain any chance of winning the Big West Conference title in baseball, the Titans are going to have to win most of their next six conference games ahead of their season-ending three-game series against first-place Long Beach State, which is 15-3. Thanks to a four-run sixth […]

Guiding light

(University of California - Santa Barbara) Biologists discover an unexpected role for a light-sensitive receptor protein in the central brain that regulates circadian rhythms.

Updated CIF-SS boys volleyball playoff schedule

CIF-SS Boys Volleyball playoffs Thursday – 2nd round All matches begin at 7 p.m., unless noted DIVISION 1 Loyola at Servite Beckman at Edison Westlake at Santa Barbara Mira Costa at Newport Harbor Corona del Mar at San Clemente Mater Dei at Laguna Beach Burroughs/Burbank at Huntington Beach Oak Park at West Ranch DIVISION 2 […]

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