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The nervous systems of animals are typically divided into two parts: a brain in the head and either a ventral nerve cord or a spinal cord in the...
Octopus skin can detect light and respond to it — no eyes or brain required.
A new study puts a surprising twist—one might even say a double spiral—into our understanding of how coral reefs react to ocean warming and acidification.
Small sample sizes in studies using functional MRI to investigate brain connectivity and function are common in neuroscience, despite years of warnings that such studies likely lack sufficient statistical power.
Three graduate students are awarded prestigious NASA Earth and Space Science Fellowships
UCSB announces winners of Thomas More Storke Award and other top university prizes
UCSB researcher Irene Chen is recognized for her work with a Camille Dreyfus Teacher-Scholar Award
Researchers from UCSB take home poster prizes at the 2018 UC Chemical Symposium.