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Chasing the Solar Revolution

Scientists and environmentalists have been hopeful of a “solar revolution” in the near future where all electricity will be powered by the sun’s energy. The concept of solar energy has proved to be cost-effective, sustainable and renewable, so substantial development in this field could be very fruitful for…

Gut Bacteria’s Influence on Your Brain

Gut Bacteria’s Influence on Your Brain

A new study from Caltech discovers a spore-forming member of the gut microbiota that regulates serotonin biosynthesis. …

Student Resources Building Goes For The Gold

Student Resources Building Goes For The Gold

UCSB is growing a reputation in its sustainable practices, recently being named by the Princeton Review as the third-greenest campus in the country. This recognition, however, is not being made without proper measure: The institution’s commitment to green building is evidenced by their increasing cooperation with the Leadership…

UCSB Saves Half A Billion Gallons of Water Through Recycled Water Efforts

UCSB Saves Half A Billion Gallons of Water Through Recycled Water Efforts

Many students wonder: as one of the “Top 50 Green Schools” with a commitment to environmental sustainability and…

Supernova Collision May Reveal Its Origin

Supernova Collision May Reveal Its Origin

Decades ago, Type Ia Supernovae, or “standard candlelight’s,” as their known, have lent to significant advancements in cosmology,…

Coffee Addicts Rejoice

Coffee Addicts Rejoice

I invite you to question a friend who has recently acquired a coffee habit: chances are they will…

Memristor Technology Brings Us One Step Closer to a Robotic World

Memristor Technology Brings Us One Step Closer to a Robotic World

The dawn of free-thinking robots may soon be upon us. Researchers at UC Santa Barbara and Stony Brook…

Ecstasy: What It is Doing to Your Brain

Ecstasy: What It is Doing to Your Brain

In the past few years, the rate of people in the United States using some form of methylenedioxymethamphetamine…

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