A Canadian fault scientists thought was inactive may actually be capable of producing large-magnitude earthquakes, a new study finds.
Research out of UC Santa Barbara suggests population growth in central Africa could be less dire than current projections suggest if attention is paid to the wellbeing of the poor
Professor Martin Moskovits earns the E. Bright Wilson Award for outstanding accomplishments in spectroscopy
UC Santa Barbara physics professor M. Cristina Marchetti receives the American Physical Society’s inaugural Leo P. Kadanoff Prize
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