UCSB researchers model how changes in climate and socioeconomic status will likely affect health outcomes in sub-Saharan Africa
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The R.E.M.A.D.E. institute at UCSB aims to find new ways to reuse metals, polymers and fibers.
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.
Researchers from the Gervitz School of Education find that S.T.E.M. classes may help students with disabilities.
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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...
Through a simple analogy, Young describes this concept as attending a party in a long, singular hallway.