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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.

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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.

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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.

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Harmful emissions can be a drag! This UCSB engineer shows how reducing drag makes ocean bound vessels more fuel-efficient.

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For the 7th year in a row, UCSB Early Academic Outreach Program - EAOP is sponsoring its College Readiness Academy, a series of intensive college prep camps reaching more than 300 students at 9 high schools across 6 school districts.

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It’s science on the beach! UCSB scientists use old data and new observations to assess changes in the biodiversity of our California beaches.

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ICYMI: Eight Gauchos were selected in the MLB draft! The 8 picks in this year's draft tied California State University, Long Beach for the most of any Big West school.

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UCSB is currently hosting the 16th annual California Higher Education Sustainability Conference highlighting all aspects of campus sustainability.

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UCSB helps bridge the gap between passion and impact with a two-day climate change conference focused on organizing effective, sustained environmental movements.
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