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Dr. Ali Javanbakht Shares Positive Update on COVID-19 Control at UCSB

Jonathan ChavezMarketing Director In a virtual interview with The Bottom Line (TBL), Interim Student Health Service Executive...

The Appliance Dilemma: How Toasters Are Increasing Your Energy Bill

Kamran Yunus Staff Writer Johnny absolutely loves toast. The crunchy surface, crispy edges and warm innards of the bread all tantalize his taste buds. He chews...

Cancer Patient Receives First 3D Printed Rib Cage Implant

Peter Crump Staff Writer A cancer patient has recently undergone the world’s first operation to implant a 3D printed titanium rib cage and sternum, proving the...

Anna Lappé On the Ways Millennials Can Shape Sustainability

Nadean Hurtado She is a bestselling author, an educator to farmers, children, and business owners, a member of the Rainforest Action Network, and the...

New Artificial Patients Aid in Medical Simulations

Peter Crump Staff Writer At the annual Global Pediatric Innovation Summit last week, Boston Children’s Hospital revealed two newly designed plastic model patients that have the...

UCSB SASE Week: Highlighting Organization Members

Noe Padilla Last week, The Society of Asian Scientists and Engineers (SASE) hosted its science week. The goal of science week is to highlight members...

Mosquitoes in Goleta Test Positive for West Nile Virus

Janani Ravikumar Staff Writer According to Santa Barbara County’s Public Health department, mosquitoes collected at Lake Los Carneros in the city of Goleta have tested positive...

Oroville is Alarming for Other Dams

Maddy Buie It’s no surprise that after years of low rainfall, the recent storms in California have created a water-related crisis. Earlier this month in Oroville,...

Global CO2 Emissions Have Stalled for a Third Consecutive Year

Tanner Walker Science & Tech Editor The European Union’s Joint Research Council and the Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency released findings from their 2016 analysis on Oct. 20...

Space Launch System Speeds Off to A Start

Janani Ruvikumar Staff Writer The National Aeronautics and Space Administration is building a new spacecraft, Orion, to help usher in a new era of space exploration....