UCSB biologist reveals that choosing the ideal insect mate is a combination of looks and smell.
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It is known that exercise has numerous benefits to both mental and physical health, the question is what kind of exercise is more beneficial: low intensity or high intensity exercise.
Researchers from the Gervitz School of Education find that S.T.E.M. classes may help students with disabilities.
With the Earth's rising temperatures, carbon dioxide levels have increased which could affect the ocean circulation cycle. Researchers from UCSB dive deep to find out the effects of increased carbon d...
Kelp forests play several essential roles that aid in maintaining a thriving marine ecosystem. These roles range from sheltering smaller fish species from the vicious ocean predators that lurk in open...
Because each trophic level in a food chain has roughly 10 times as much biomass as its lower level, China’s removal of the predatory fish at the top levels has increased the number of fish in the lo...
UCSB marine ecology professor Ben Halpern receives award that honors Jaws author Peter Benchley
The National Science Foundation awards mechanical engineering professor Otger Campàs for pioneering new technologies for his study on the process of the mechanics of cellular development.
Efforts in making the fishing industry sustainable may not be as effective due to commonly mislabeled fish.
Students from all over California congregate to Corwin Pavilion to come up with a completely new program within 36 hours.