UCSB study finds perceived discrimination against bisexual people linked to relative social status

Researchers at UC Santa Barbara have found that, while often experiencing more discrimination than other sexual orientation minority groups, people who identify as bisexual are rarely considered to ha...
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“The Future of the Amazon”: UCSB’s Orfalea Center for Global & International Studies hosts international conference

Dozens of scholars, researchers, activists and policymakers from institutions across the globe arrived at UC Santa Barbara for a three-day international conference from Oct. 25-27, aimed at discussing...
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Campus Point: New and exciting research from UCSB

A look at the cognitive and physiological effects of alcohol, determinants of glacier periods, and how our bodies remember stress.
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Q&A with SB Channelkeeper: August is National Water Quality Month!

National Water Quality Month was first started in 2005 by the United States Environmental Protection Agency to bring awareness to the issue of water pollution, encourage appreciation of the water we d...
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Campus Point: New and exciting research from UCSB

A look at carbon capture innovation, marine heatwaves, and deep-sea mining.
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UCSB professor receives NIH Director’s New Innovator Award

Michael Beyeler, the director of UC Santa Barbara’s Bionic Vision Lab and assistant professor in the Department of Computer Science, was one of 103 people awarded the prestigious National Institutes...
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En fotos: El día de la tierra

Cada año, la Junta de Asuntos Ambientales de Estudiantes Asociados de UC Santa Barbara se prepara para albergar su conocido y querido I.V. Fiesta del Día de la Tierra. El evento, realizado en el par...
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UCSB students join latest efforts in search for life on Mars

For decades, scientists have been searching for an answer to the age-old question: Are we alone in the universe? Many of them have turned their attention to the planet Mars, including a team involving...
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In Photos: Earth Day

Every year, UC Santa Barbara’s own Associated Students Environmental Affairs Board gears up to host their well-known and well-loved I.V. Earth Day Festival. The event, held in Ansiq’Oyo’...
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Local community members express concern over 10 new proposed aquaculture sites off of Southern California coast

Santa Barbara community members delivered 2,500 petition signatures on April 5 to the local National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration office against the 10 newly proposed aquaculture sites in t...
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UCSB students unveil original video games at campus showcase

On Jan. 25, UC Santa Barbara undergraduate students from the ECE 194M Intro to Video Game Development class had the chance to show off their original video game designs to the public. The students’ ...
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Psychological & brain sciences department assesses predictors of blame for gay men in homicide cases

Elizabeth Quinn-Jensen, a graduate student and researcher in UC Santa Barbara’s Department of Psychological & Brain Sciences, and colleagues recently published a paper exploring how strong feelings...
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Campus Point: New and Exciting Research at UCSB

A look at data collection, deforestation and Drosophila.
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Simply Stated: What can really be expected from the Ocean Road Housing Project?

With the removal of the Eucalyptus Curtain, there will be noticeably less green space, more traffic and noise pollution along Ocean Road. Despite the expected environmental impacts, these impacts migh...
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Pelicans in Peril: Recent Brown Pelican Die-off in Santa Barbara Seemingly Related to Starvation

Experts provide insight and updates regarding the recent pelican crisis in Southern California.
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