“Post Roe Frontiers”: Goodwin, Oaks Share Dialogue on Reproductive Health Policy and Justice

Following the leaked Supreme Court case draft opinion that might overturn Roe v. Wade, UC Irvine Chancellor’s Professor Michele Goodwin and UC Santa Barbara feminist studies professor Laury Oaks cam...
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Campus Point: New and Exciting Research at UCSB

A look at the rise of zoonoses, addressing water demands, and the blue economy.
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Campus Point: New and Exciting Research at UCSB

A look at the counter-argument against the Standard Model, experimentation with viscosity, and the consequences of extreme rainfall events.
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Environmental Journalist Elizabeth Kolbert Speaks in IHC’s “Regeneration” Lecture Series

Renowned science journalist Elizabeth Kolbert speaks to UCSB students about human effects on the environment and the actions that must be taken to fight the climate crisis.
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Campus Point: New and Exciting Research at UCSB

A look at neurodivergent traits, Mayan development, and the effects of extreme heat and COVID-19 on farmworkers.
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Simply Stated: Why Do We Cry When We’re Sad?

Have you ever stopped to think about why we cry when we’re sad or stressed, and whether there is actually a biological reason behind it?
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Chumash Heritage National Marine Sanctuary Garners Public Support for Official Designation

The sanctuary will protect a crucial part of the California coastline which includes culturally important sites for the Chumash people, valuable oceanographic features and a rich ecosystem.
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UCSB Ecologist Looks to AI To Improve Wildlife Camera Trapping

The data analyzed in this study was taken from a long-term camera trap project in Gorongosa National Park in Mozambique.
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Thinking Globally and Acting Locally: Ian Shive and the Santa Barbara Wildlife Care Network Celebrate New Hospital

Shive is an author, photographer, filmmaker and conservationist, whose most recent works include the Discovery+ series “The Last Unknown” (2021).
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