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3 hrs ago | Edhat
UC Santa Barbara has a lot to celebrate this year. Eight departments are celebrating landmark anniversaries in 2014 with a host of special events and activities.
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7 hrs ago | The Jewish Journal
Weisstein commiserated: "You have a couple of bad experiences and it's not worth your effort, time and money anymore."
9 hrs ago | Science Daily
A fully functional quantum computer is one of the holy grails of physics. Physicists have moved one step closer to making a quantum computer a reality by demonstrating a new level of reliability in a five-qubit array.
It's the ultimate brag book. Except it's a website, and it isn't so much bragging as it is highlighting points of pride.
The decline of organized labor's influence in the U.S. can be summed up in two numbers: 35 and 6. The first is the percentage of unionized private-sector workers at its high in the 1950s.
The federal government is investing nearly $10 million in research aimed at understanding the impact of nanomaterials throughout their life cycle - from design to disposal.
Aubrie Adams used teacher-to-student emails to highlight the optimal number of emoticons for students to perceive teachers as both competent and caring.
A San Mateo man pleaded not guilty Thursday to charges he killed his Jack Russell terrier during a psychotic episode.
On March 27, many of Verona High School's top students weren't in VHS. They were in a bus in Boston, where the high school's music program had gone for its spring trip.
UC Santa Barbara carillonist Margo Halsted will ring in the opening of the university's 2014 "Primavera" Festival at 7:45 a.m. Monday with a concert of three works by UCSB composers Emma Lou Diemer , Alexis Crawshaw and Halsted herself.
Glaciers and ice sheets are commonly thought to work like a belt sander. As they move over the land they scrape off everything - vegetation, soil and even the top layer of bedrock.
Both last month's Senate Climate Talkathon and Tom Steyer's $100 million dollar pledge to back environment-friendly candidates indicate the same thing: Democrats are getting serious about global warming again.
Visionary scholar and activist Dr. Felice Blake will reconsider the meanings of diversity in a supposedly "post-racial" era as part of the MultiCultural Center's Diversity Lecture Series at UC Santa Barbara on Tuesday, May 6th at 5pm.
UC Santa Barbara has offered a place in its fall 2014 entering class to a total of 24,127 high school seniors.