Researchers Use New Sequencing Methods To Study Protein Binding and Evolution

UC Santa Barbara researchers have innovatively reimagined the way that protein sequencing is done.
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The Strange Case of Parasitic Castrators Amongst Hermaphroditic Barnacles

The study made the prediction that infection would be mainly in female-functioning barnacles due to the parasite’s feeding habits.
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Potential Positive Impacts of Seaweed on Climate Change

A recent UCSB study examined the potential impacts of seaweed aquaculture on carbon offsetting.
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Evaluating Cumulative Human Impacts on Marine Ecosystems

Recently, UCSB researchers published a paper that addressed for the first time the combined impact humans are having on our marine ecosystems.
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Epigenetics, Corals and Climate Change

Moeller and other marine scientists received a $3 million, five-year funding from the NSF to set up long-term research on the coral reefs around Moorea in French Polynesia. 
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UCSB Researcher Uses Hypothetical Mussel Farms To Study Aquaculture Productivity in Southern California

The researchers predicted the profitability of 223 hypothetical mussel farms along the coast from Point Conception to the Mexico border in a region known as the Southern California Bight. 
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