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Congratulations to UC Santa Barbara assistant physics professor Andrea Young! He's been has named a winner of the Milner Foundation’s 2018 New Horizons Prize in Fundamental Physics.

“The New Horizons Prize is given to early-career researchers whose efforts already show great potential,” said UCSB physics professor and Vice Chancellor of Research Joe Incandela.
A Junior Laureate
A Junior Laureate
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“It’s a space for our underrepresented and underserved students to find a community and to find academic support, and to find a sense of belonging at UCSB."
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Congratulations to UCSB engineering professor and Nobel laureate Shuji Nakamura! Professor Nakamura was recently awarded the 2017 Mountbatten Medal by The Institution of Engineering and Technology..., one of the world’s largest engineering institutions.
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UCSB geologists examine the major damage caused by recent earthquakes in Mexico, and identify important reminders for SoCal residents.
‘Be Prepared’
‘Be Prepared’
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We did it again, Gauchos! UC Santa Barbara has been named a top ten public national university for the fourth consecutive year, per U.S. News and World Report's Best Colleges Rankings.

Read all about it on The UCSB Current: http://ow.ly/iiKW30eZo5f
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"It's enough to cover the entire country of Argentina."

UCSB-led study delivers hard data for how much plastic we've made over the years—data that can be used to create the foundation for sustainable materials management.
A Plastic Planet
A Plastic Planet
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Ten years of iPhone has affected human behavior in many ways. Artificial intelligence, particularly natural language processing (NLP), has played a big part in that. Just ask Siri.

UCSB computer scientist William Wang discusses just how far NLP has come, and what lies ahead for intelligent machines.
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We're excited to welcome an exceptionally talented group of freshman and transfer students this fall! Check out this profile on our incoming class.
The Class of 2021
The Class of 2021
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We're excited to welcome an exceptionally talented group of freshman and transfer students this fall! Check out this profile on our incoming class.
The Class of 2021
The Class of 2021
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Harmful emissions can be a drag! This UCSB engineer shows how reducing drag makes ocean bound vessels more fuel-efficient.
It's Kind of a Drag
It's Kind of a Drag
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