Tornadoes and Superstorms In the wake of the deadly Oklahoma tornado, Josh Schimel, chair of Environmental Studies at UCSB, and Don Wuebbles, a visiting professor at the Bren School, discuss twisters, climate change, and what scientists can learn from the storms.
A Spice for Alzheimer’s It’s great on baked goods, but can cinnamon be good for your brain as well? UCSB scientists Roshni George and Don Graves found that two compounds from cinnamon have the potential to prevent the “tangles” that characterize Alzheimer’s disease.
Signs of Solidarity features silkscreen prints by artist/activists Jesus Barraza and Melanie Cervantes, who partner to foster awareness of social justice issues with their art. Ongoing through June 14.