UCSB Science in the News

October 10, 2018

UCSB, UCSD and SBP researchers trace the complex and variable pathways to the deadly condition known as sepsis

October 5, 2018

Many cultures tend to praise modesty and humility. But new research has revealed that the tendency to feel, and show, pride evolved for a reason – and plays a key role even today.

October 3, 2018

UCSB researchers collaborate to create a survey for Montecito residents to gauge disaster preparedness behaviors

October 3, 2018
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Frog populations in El Copé, Panama, have been found co-existing with a deadly amphibian fungus

Awards & Announcements

With new support for its Bentson Scholars Program, the Bentson Foundation secures future opportunities for outstanding students in marine science

Chemistry professor Alison Butler earns the Arthur C. Cope Scholars Award for excellence in organic chemistry

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