Division of Mathematical, Life, and Physical Sciences
Tardigrades are already some of the hardiest known creatures in our Solar System, and are likely to outlive everything until our Sun eventually swells up and becomes a red giant.
Around 630,000 years ago, the Yellowstone supervolcano produced two huge eruptions in relatively quick succession which were so powerful that they fundamentally altered the global climate, according to new research.
Researchers test the capability of a novel nanoparticle to remove cadmium toxicity from a freshwater system
Biologist Douglas McCauley examines the benefits and drawbacks of virtual and augmented reality in teaching environmental science
Developmental biologist and Otis Williams Postdoctoral Fellow Georgina Stooke-Vaughan to investigate the mechanical development of the eye
UCSB Brain Initiative wins Hearst Foundation award to amplify interdisciplinary effort
Geologist and Fulbright scholar Alexander Simms will conduct research at Durham University in the United Kingdom
The Peter J. Frenkel Fellowships recognize outstanding graduate research in energy efficiency by students who have reached advanced doctoral candidacy.