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Legionella Pneumophila
Deadly Parasite A dangerous amoeba that may be flourishing because of the drought is classified as a sapronosis, a type of infectious disease. What makes this parasite unique, according to a study by UCSB scientists, is that it inhabits water or soil rather than a living host.
UCSB’s Summer Science Camp Helps
Schoolchildren Learn and Have Fun
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Researchers Need Your Help in
Comprehensive Sea Bass Census
New Study by UCSB Economist Finds
It Pays to be Both Smart and Social
Biomedical Researchers Hope to Learn
Who Is More Vulnerable to Addiction
UCSB Physicists Part of Team
Searching for Elusive Dark Matter
New Caledonian Crow
Smarter Than a First-Grader? A new study by UC Santa Barbara researcher Corina Logan shows that New Caledonian crows are resourceful problem solvers. In fact, they perform as well as 7- to 10-year-olds on cause-and-effect water displacement tasks.
ALL CAMPUS NEWS
Starting HereStarting Here, the Art, Design & Architecture Museum show featuring work by UCSB artists past, presents its second phase, through Aug. 10.
Comedy Classics of the Silent Era, a
free summer film series, through Aug. 22.
Tom Burtonwood: Orihon, 3-D
printed art book, through Sept. 14.
GRIT talks: Craig Montell on efforts
to decode animal behavior, July 23.
Sherlock Jr. & Cops, two of Buster
Keaton's finest, July 23 & 25.
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