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Uqora Wins InnovateHER Competition

Uqora is specifically used to prevent UTIs that may be caused by the bacterium E. coli that had been transferred to the urinary tract from the bowel.
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Researchers Explore Decline in Right Whale Population

Demographic projections can be used as a tool to explore the interactions of various drivers of growth and decline.
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Eyes On the Future

With a $4 million donation, UCSB’s Institute for Energy Efficiency will continue to do innovative research
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The Relationship Between Pesticides and Infants

Depending on the amount of pesticides present, the relationship between infants and pesticides changes
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Taking the Bad with the Good

UCSB researchers model how changes in climate and socioeconomic status will likely affect health outcomes in sub-Saharan Africa
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The Midas Touch on Medical Screening

Chuong and her colleagues designed a sandwich-style protein detection assay that uses two Raman reporters, each conjugated with a distinct affinity reagent.
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Rain, Rain Please Don’t Go Away

S.T.O.R.M.’s output can be subsequently used in other quantitative and modeling frameworks to explore the partitioning of rainfall between the surface and subsurface, ecohydrology, runoff and erosio...
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NSF Awards UCSB Scientists $9 Million

UCSB is named a National Science Foundation Neurotechnology Hub for optical brain imaging after receiving a $9 million award.
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Survival Mechanisms Identified in Dying Cells

UCSB biologists explore the molecular structure of cells that recover from the brink of death.
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Past Tsunamis May Predict Future Ones

UCSB geologists and colleagues were able to determine that a tsunami hit the California coast near Cresent City 900 years ago.
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Researchers Analyze Corrosion Mechanisms

UCSB researchers take a look at corrosion in small gaps. Until recently, it was difficult to analyze in real time due.
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Tick Populations Affected by Wildlife Loss and Climate Change

With the decline of wildlife and dramatic change in climate, UCSB researchers are finding that tick populations increase when large animals are gone.
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Larvae Survival: Dig, Duck, Dip, Dive and Dig

UCSB researchers find that fruit fly larvae must make a life-threatening decision when searching for food or avoiding enemies.
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Hearing: A Biophysical and Neurological Enigma

Researchers at the Kavli Institute of Theoretical Physics use an interdisciplinary approach to explore the complex auditory system
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UCSB Researchers Discover Novel Functions in Drosophila Rhodopsin

Researchers identify Rh7 as a potential equivalent of mammalian, intrinsically photosensitive retinal ganglion cells. ipRGCs. This research can further our understanding of regulation of circadian rhy...
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