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Scent Trumps Attraction When Searching For a Mate

UCSB biologist reveals that choosing the ideal insect mate is a combination of looks and smell.
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Stop! Hammer Time

With the hopes of discovering how individual neural cells react to impacts, researchers in the mechanical engineering department at UCSB are working on developing the world's smallest hammer.
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Greater Success for Students with Learning Disabilities Linked to Applied S.T.E.M.

Researchers from the Gervitz School of Education find that S.T.E.M. classes may help students with disabilities.
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How China’s Got It Made Using Trophic Cascades

Because each trophic level in a food chain has roughly 10 times as much biomass as its lower level, China’s removal of the predatory fish at the top levels has increased the number of fish in the lo...
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Red Herring: L.A. Sushi Restaurants Mislabel Fish

Efforts in making the fishing industry sustainable may not be as effective due to commonly mislabeled fish.
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A Voice Against Mental Health Stigma: Gary Tsai, M.D.

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...
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New Technique To Revolutionize In Vivo Research

Assistant professor in the mechanical engineering department at UCSB, Otger Campàs, develops new technique to study cells in living tissue
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Physics Phenom: UCSB Physicist Wins 2016 Packard Fellowship

Through a simple analogy, Young describes this concept as attending a party in a long, singular hallway.
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LinkedIn: Creating (Internet) Connections

Presently, fewer than 10 percent of Native Americans on tribal reservations have access to broadband internet.
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Yellow-Legged Frog Populations Leap Forward

These frogs haven’t croaked yet.
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