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No. 16 Texas A&M pulls away from UC Santa Barbara 84-65

DJ Hogg scored 24 points, 19 in the first 10 minutes of the second half, and No. 16 Texas A&M won its home opener going away 84-65 against UC Santa Barbara        

Nano-'hashtags' could be the key to generating the highly sought Majorana quasiparticle

UC Santa Barbara scientists are on the cusp of a major advance in topological quantum computing.

Pitt outlasts UC Santa Barbara for first won of season

Ryan Luther had 13 points, including three 3-pointers, and 10 rebounds to help Pittsburgh its first win of the season, a 70-62 victory over UC Santa Barbara        

Two Tustin baseball players sign letters of intent

Two Tustin baseball players signed national letters of intent last week, according to baseball coach Charles Chatman. Rodney Boone signed with UC Santa Barbara and Matt Elizalde signed with Loyola Marymount University. “Rod, is an even better kid than he is a baseball player,” Chatman said. “He has been as dependable a guy can be […]

A star that would not die

Supernovae, the explosions of stars, have been observed by the thousands. And in all cases, the transient astronomical events signaled the death of those stars. Now, astrophysicists at UC Santa Barbara and astronomers at Las CumbresShow More Summary

For the Record

Mary Corse: In the Nov. 5 Arts & Books section, an article about Light and Space artist Mary Corse said that she received a bachelor’s degree from UC Santa Barbara and a master’s from Chouinard Art Institute. Corse attended UC Santa Barbara before eventually transferring to Chouinard, where she...

Hanh Nguyen’s National Tour on ‘How Bigotry Begins’ Stops at UCSanta Barbara

Fresh from presentations at Harvard, Columbia, and Cornell universities, PETA’s Hanh Nguyen will give her thought-provoking talk “How Bigotry Begins” at the University of California–Santa Barbara on Tuesday, October... The post Hanh Nguyen’s National Tour on ‘How Bigotry Begins’ Stops at UCSanta Barbara appeared first on PETA.

UC Santa Barbara Pulls In Verbal from Free/Breast/IMer Daniel Marella

By Anne Lepesant on SwimSwam San Jose, California’s Daniel Marella has announced his verbal commitment to swim for University of California, Santa Barbara in the fall. Read the full story on SwimSwam: UC Santa Barbara Pulls In Verbal from Free/Breast/IMer Daniel Marella

Biologist examines the benefits and drawbacks of virtual and augmented reality in teaching environmental science

Virtual reality has nothing on nature. Just ask the UC Santa Barbara students who one recent day trekked to a forest before dawn to listen to a chorus of early birds.

A Kilonova Detected --"A Cosmic Phenomenon Long Theorized But Never Conclusively Observed — Until Now"

In the world of astrophysics, Aug. 17, 2017, was a red-letter day. “This is a game-changer for astrophysics,” said UC Santa Barbara faculty member Andy Howell, who leads the supernova group at the Las Cumbres Observatory (LCO). “A hundred years...        

Sean Hannity’s Jaw-Dropping Remarks About Gay People Have Been Unearthed and They’re Revolting: LISTEN

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As a radio host at KCSB, the UC Santa Barbara college station, in the ’80s, Sean Hannity was fired for making disgusting remarks about gay people, many of them during a segment which featured Gene Antonio, author of the book The AIDS...Show More Summary

Catch a wave

When you're investigating complex questions, you've often got to dig deep to find answers. A group of UC Santa Barbara geologists and their colleagues studying tsunamis did exactly that.

Geologists determine the breadth and depth of erosion from an ancient tsunami in Northern California

When you're investigating complex questions, you've often got to dig deep to find answers. A group of UC Santa Barbara geologists and their colleagues studying tsunamis did exactly that.

Biologists explore the molecular underpinnings of cells that recover from the verge of programmed death

A new collaboration between two UC Santa Barbara labs explores the underlying molecular mechanism of a remarkable process called anastasis, a Greek word meaning "rising to life." Building on earlier work showing that cells can recover...Show More Summary

Ruddins, Seimet, Milos lead nation full of NCAA volleyball POWs

POWs? We’ve got your NCAA Division 1 women’s college volleyball POWs. Start with UC Santa Barbara outside hitter Lindsey Ruddins, who put up ridiculous numbers, averaging 7.67 kills while hitting.411 with 3.5 digs per set in two sweeps for the Gauchos. Show More Summary

UCLA, UCI and other California public schools dominate prestigious rankings

UCLA tops this year’s prestigious ranking by U.S. News & World Report as the best top public school in the country, tying Cal Berkeley, with UC Santa Barbara coming in eighth followed by UCI and UC San Diego in ninth. Overall, California Institute of Technology was the highest-ranking university in Southern California at 10th, with […]

Status Update: Tustin businesses to get a visit from tax compliance team

New ventures Juice It Up!, a raw juice bar and smoothie chain based in Irvine, has signed a franchise agreement in Santa Barbara. Franchisee Monica Martinez, the president of HiWi Inc., will open a Juice It Up in Isla Vista near UC Santa Barbara. It is a first Juice It Up for the city. The […]

A tougher tooth

Fewer trips to the dentist may be in your future, and you have mussels to thank. Inspired by the mechanisms mussels use to adhere to inhospitable surfaces, UC Santa Barbara researchers have developed a new type of dental composite that provides an extra layer of durability to treated teeth. The potential payoff? Longer lasting fillings, crowns, implants and other work.

Where there's a will

(University of California - Santa Barbara) UC Santa Barbara mechanical engineer Paolo Luzzatto-Fegiz was frustrated. Once again, the delicate tip of the instrument he was using to measure water density -- a conductivity probe -- had broken, rendering the setup useless and his work in temporary limbo.

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