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UCSB Study on Bolivian Tribe Links Competition to Testosterone Levels

A recent study conducted by anthropologists from UCSB and the University of Washington found that Tsimane men of Bolivia have a baseline testosterone level 33 percent lower than that of American men. Their findings appeared in last month’s issue of The Proceedings of the Royal Society B. The Tsimanes are […]

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UCSB Physicist Receives $360,000 Air Force Grant to Study Ultracold Atoms

UCSB assistant professor of physics David Weld has received a $360,000 grant from the Air Force Office of Scientific Research (AFOSR) to continue his work with ultracold atoms. Weld is one of only 48 scientists and engineers — selected from a field of 220 applicants — to win grants, totaling […]

UCSB Earth Science Department Receives  Grant to Study Underwater Geography and Fault Lines
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UCSB Earth Science Department Receives Grant to Study Underwater Geography and Fault Lines

UCSB’s Dept. of Earth Science has received a $553,000 grant from Seismic Micro-Technology Inc. to fund research in 3-D visualization, mapping and modeling of seismic data. So far, scientists involved in the project have used this software, “KINGDOM,” to study a range of relevant topics. According to Craig Nicholson, a […]

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Grant Finances Web Access in Rural Africa

UCSB professors Elizabeth Belding and Lisa Parks recently received $1.2 million in grant money from the National Science Foundation as part of a project to improve Internet access in Macha, Zambia, a rural town in sub-Saharan Africa. Parks, a film and media studies professor, and Belding, a computer science professor, […]