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Artificial Intelligence: Can Science Truly Recreate You?

With the unprecedented rise of millennial computing, lightning fast telecommunication, vibrant social media and virtually limitless access to information, our lives are consumed by a torrent of powerf...
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Nintendo Slated to Release Revamped Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire for Nintendo 3DS this November

Suraj Sood details Nintendo's latest title announcement.
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TEDx Hosts UCSB Faculty to ‘Spread Ideas Worth Sharing’

This past Saturday evening, UC Santa Barbara’s Regents and Chancellor’s Scholars Association invited seven esteemed faculty members to share their ideas and wisdom at the second annual TEDx event....
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Mitsubishi Extending MRL Partnership with $6 Million

Mitsubishi Chemical Center for Advanced Materials (MC-CAM) — a UCSB entity representing the ongoing materials research alliance between Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation (Tokyo) and UCSB — has recen...
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NASA’s Cassini Uncovers Lost Seas Within Saturn’s Moon Enceladus

NASA announced last week that its Cassini spacecraft uncovered the existence of a large body of water underneath the surface of Enceladus, one of Saturn’s moons. Enceladus has been a fixation of the...
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Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics Hosts a “Science Cafe” Featuring Astrophysicist Matteo Cantiello Speaking on Stars

Despite the broad and plentiful array of research abounding on the University of California, Santa Barbara campus, many do not have the opportunity to learn about these scientific explorations in an a...
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KAVLI Introduces Educators to Emerging Science Concepts

Dozens of teachers from around the country gathered at UCSB’s Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics (KITP) to participate in “The Physics of Flocking: From Cells to Crowds,” a full-day worksho...
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NFL, GE Fund UCSB Brain Injury Research

General Electric (GE) and the National Football League (NFL) recently donated $300,000 to University of California, Santa Barbara’s Brain Imaging Center as part of the Head Health Challenge, a joint...
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Late Bedtime? Expect Lower GPA, More Emotional Stress

Researchers at the Golden Bear Sleep & Mood Research Clinic at UC Berkeley recently found that teenagers who go to sleep later are more likely to face emotional and academic problems down the road tha...
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Taking a Look at How We Define Intelligence

Intelligence: it’s a notion we’re all intimately familiar with. After all, we are intelligent, right? Do we not attend a top-tier public university? Have we not made all the necessary, intelligent...
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Sticks and Stones: Why Names Can Hurt

Fourth-year psychology/philosophy major Suraj Sood takes up issue with the word "disorder."
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