Sunday, November 17th 2019

Fecal Transplant Pills Can’t Help But Raise a Few Eyebrows

Joanne Rhee Staff Writer Illustration by April Gau, Staff Illustrator If you believe in the phrase “you are what you eat,” then you might not want to...

Naloxone Used to Save a Life in I.V.

Carolina Watts A lifesaving drug called Naloxone was used to revive a 19-year-old male University of California, Santa Barbara student on the 6700 block of...

8.8 Billion Planets could Potentially Support Life, Scientists Say

Peter Crump Forget about hyper-drive and phasers for moment, and let’s just figure out if there is indeed life—or the potential for it to develop—on...

96% of Deceased NFL Players Test Positive for Brain Disease

Joanne Rhee Staff Writer Illustration by Silvia Quach, Staff Illustrator Researchers at Boston University and the Department of Veterans Affairs have found chronic traumatic encephalopathy in 87...

UCSB Professor Receives National Medal of Technology and Innovation

Bijan Saniee Staff Writer University of California, Santa Barbara Professor Emeritus Arthur Gossard will speak at the White House later this month and formally receive the...

Climate Change will Change our Lives

Nadean Hurtado Santa Barbara had the second hottest summer ever recorded in 2016, its soaring temperatures matching much of the world. Rising water, stronger hurricanes, larger...

UCSB Data Science Presents An APPsolutely Amazing Showcase

Xander Apicella Science and Tech Editor Nearly all in attendance were from the data science club, those who were not presenting waited to see how far...

Space Cameras Available for Hire

Peter Crump Staff Writer Two cameras mounted in the International Space Station (ISS) are available for hire. In 2014, Vancouver-based company UrtheCast (pronounced “earthcast”) successfully launched the...

Biodemography Laboratory Opens After Renovation

Dominick Ojeda Under the direction of UCSB anthropology professor Michael Gurven, the newly renovated Biodemography Laboratory allows undergraduate and graduate students to discover medical explanations...

NASA Unveils Plan to Send Humans to Mars in 20 Years

Peter Crump Staff Writer Illustration by Robert Perez NASA has recently released an outline of their plan to send humans to Mars by the 2030s in a report...