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UCSB Alumna Drinks to UTI Prevention

Her solution is Uqora, a preventative UTI drink mix that you can mix with water when you need it.
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Turbulence Mixes Up Particles and Physicists

Hearing the word “turbulence” evokes images of bumpy airplane rides and stormy nights. While it does make passengers and potential air travelers nervous, the physics behind it is yet to be complet...
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Sheephead Fish Balances Sea Urchin Population

In conjunction with marine preservation, UCSB researchers find that size does matter when it comes to predators and who they prey on.
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Application to Find Open Housing Wins UCSB Hackathon

Students from all over California congregate to Corwin Pavilion to come up with a completely new program within 36 hours.
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Astrophysicist Reaches For and Lands in the Stars

American Institute of Physics and American Astronomical Society recognize UCSB physics professor and director of Kavli Institute of Theoretical Physics, Lars Bildsten, for his outstanding mid-career w...
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Technology Management Program Unveils Ph.D. Program

In an effort to further assist the growing need of knowledge in both technological and organizational fields, the Technology Management Program at UCSB will have a Ph.D. program, debuting in Fall 2017...
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TFW UCSB Offers a Meme Class

Winter Quarter classes were announced this week, unveiling a new linguistics class taught by Professor John W. Du Bois — Linguistics 135: Memes: When Language and Culture Go Viral.
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UCSB Alumnus Adapts Pipe Flow Software to Engineering Student Needs

A computer software program that is used in engineering industries is now available to students attending U.S. universities for the price of $10 a year.
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Competition Begets Life-Saving Innovation

UCSB alumnus participates in a competition with the goal of inventing a device that relays danger.
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Cosmic Watch Brings Space Exploration to Smartphones

The stars and planets above us may now be easier to spot with the development of a new app, Cosmic Watch, that turns your smartphone into an interactive 3D astronomical time device. Serving as a moder...
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50 Years of Education, Innovation and Technology

An interdisciplinary culture of innovation committed to developing new technology in ways that benefit the world, the UCSB College of Engineering has proven itself as one of the most successful public...
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Socratic Application Allows Students To Post Homework Questions, Get Answers

Socratic, a website dedicated to being an "open resource" to help students learn, launched and application this year which turns one's smartphone into a digital tutor, prompting users to take a photo ...
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UCSB Researchers Find Similarities in Chaos and Entanglement

Hearing the word "physics" evokes images of Isaac Newton sitting below a tree and coming up with his three laws of motion. Other images include heat transfer in thermodynamics and magnets; all things ...
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Desalination Plant To Reopen Next Fall

After 23 years of inactivity, Santa Barbara City Council decided to reopen the Charles E. Meyer Desalination plant in order to relieve a stage-three drought.
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UCSB-Smithsonian Scholars Program Connects Underrepresented Students to S.T.E.M.

UC Santa Barbara has expanded its pilot program for underrepresented students in science fields, funding yearly trips for local students to conduct research in Virginia under the mentorship of scienti...
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