Context and crop type determine the impact of certain landscape characteristics on insecticide use
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From 2008 to 2016, the Yale Project on Climate Change Communication ran major opinion polls on U.S. climate beliefs, surveying over 18,000 American adults bi-annually. Through the survey they found th...
The R.E.M.A.D.E. institute at UCSB aims to find new ways to reuse metals, polymers and fibers.
UCSB biologist reveals that choosing the ideal insect mate is a combination of looks and smell.
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After experiencing first— hand the stigma and marginalization that surrounds mental health when a family member was diagnosed with schizophrenia, Gary Tsai became an advocate to provide further assi...
Assistant professor in the mechanical engineering department at UCSB, Otger Campàs, develops new technique to study cells in living tissue
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Presently, fewer than 10 percent of Native Americans on tribal reservations have access to broadband internet.