Early Career High Achievers

July 16, 2019 seoexpert 0

Three UC Santa Barbara junior faculty members have been awarded the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE). Spencer Smith, in electrical and […]

Ahead of the Curve

July 16, 2019 seoexpert 0

In chronic kidney disease (CKD), the kidneys lose their function progressively over time. At the condition’s advanced stage — end stage renal disease — patients […]

On the Come Up

July 15, 2019 seoexpert 0

Talk about a rapid ascent. In its Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU) 2019 global ranking by academic subjects, the prestigious ShanghaiRanking places UC Santa […]

In the Wake of Art

July 15, 2019 seoexpert 0

From 1944 to 1956, the Cuban journal Orígenes was the most important arts and literature periodical in the Spanish-speaking world. Co-edited by a pair of […]

Water Line Breaks

July 12, 2019 seoexpert 0

Due to two water line ruptures on campus, Mesa Road between Ocean Road and Los Carneros Road has been closed in both directions, until further […]

TechTopia 2019

July 12, 2019 seoexpert 0

Local business leaders, government officials and interested members of the public converged on campus Thursday, July 11, to check out the UC Santa Barbara’s cleanroom […]

Dissonance by Design

July 11, 2019 seoexpert 0

Taken together, the three exhibitions soon to open at UC Santa Barbara’s Art, Design & Architecture Museum — comprised of pencil drawings, artist’s books, piñatas, […]

Brain on Fire

July 10, 2019 seoexpert 0

Scientists have developed an animal model that may provide a path toward improving the diagnosis and treatment of the devastating brain disease chronicled in the […]

Sloppy Sea Urchins

July 9, 2019 seoexpert 0

Sea urchins have gotten a bad rap on the Pacific coast. The spiky sea creatures can mow down entire swaths of kelp forest, leaving behind […]