Wednesday, October 16th 2019

4D Printed Structures Interact with the Environment

Peter Crump Staff Writer Recent advancements in 3D printing hold incredible progress in revolutionizing the technology and medical fields. Yet scientists at the Wyss Institute for...

From Corpses to Compost

Janani Ravikumar Staff Writer Illustration by Luis Bondoc, Staff Illustrator The musical Once on this Island concludes with the protagonist transforming into a tree after her death—and...

New LinkedIn Student App is a Valuable Tool for Today’s College Students

Kayli Walker Since 2002, LinkedIn has helped connect individuals to job opportunities, provide resources for their jobs and help them begin their networking. But for students,...

UCSB Researchers Develop New Means of Tissue Cartography

Rishika Kenkre Two postdoctoral students from the University of California, Santa Barbara Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics (KITP), Sebastian Streichan and Idse Heemskerk, have developed...

Alzheimer’s Hopeful New Standard

Hollie Jinks A new method for standardizing measurements diagnosing Alzheimer’s disease has been developed by researchers at the Sahlgrenska Academy at Gothenburg University, Sweden. The best...

Researchers Discover New Planet

Miguel Rodriguez Staff Writer Many of us grew up knowing that there were nine planets. We all had some mnemonic device to remember them, my personal favorite...

UCSB Researcher Earns Humboldt Research Award

Rishika Kenkre Staff Writer Chemistry and biochemistry professor and researcher Thuc-Quyen Nguyen received the Humboldt Research Award for her significant research in making organic solar cells more...