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A Pelican’s Perspective on Coastal Commission Developments

Quincy Lee Science & Tech Editor California has 1,100 miles of pristine coastline. From the shores of Crescent City to the La Jolla cliffs, the golden...

House Science Committee’s Climate Change Denial is a Red Flag

Tanner Walker Staff Writer The United States Committee on Science, Space, and Technology continued the current presidential administration’s denial of climate change last Sunday when it...

NASA Discovers Proof of Liquid Water on Mars

Rishika Kenkre Image Courtesy of NASA/JPL/University of Arizona Through the use of their Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO), NASA has found proof of liquid water currently flowing on...

The Science Behind Ebola

Lexi Weyrick Staff Writer In March of this year, Ebola began spreading in Guinea.  Since then, the outbreak has quickly become the world’s deadliest Ebola outbreak...

San Andreas Earthquake is Quite Shocking

Quincy Lee Staff Writer Natural disasters are as fascinating as they are dangerous. Major earthquakes have struck hard in recent years. Haiti is still recovering from...

Middle East Particle Accelerator Reaches Across Borders

Rishika Kenkre Staff Writer Nine nations in the Middle East are working together to develop a particle accelerator, known as Sesame. As a result of the...
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UCSB Psychedelics Club Explores Psychedelic Usage and Research

Richard Smith Staff Writer Dustin Garner, a third-year biochemistry and molecular biology major, is a member of the UC Santa Barbara (UCSB) Psychedelics Club which meets...

The Search for a COVID-19 Vaccine

Ben FioricaContributing Writer As of April 26, there have been 2,971,477 confirmed cases of COVID-19 worldwide. Of those cases,...

Google Dives into Cancer Cell Research

Judy Lau Staff Writer Google is designing tiny magnetic particles to patrol the human body for signs of cancer, providing an early warning system for diseases. The...

Testing Animals for COVID-19

Aiyana Fraas Staff Writer Getting test kits for COVID-19 has been difficult and costly, yet places...