Industrial ecologist Roland Geyer measures the production, use and fate of all the plastics ever made. Read more about A Plastic Planet
Chemist Karen Scida receives a prestigious fellowship for an innovation that uses bubbles to pump insulin. Read more about Rising to the Top
Five UCSB graduate students receive prestigious fellowships from the American Council of Learned Societies. Read more about Learned Fellows
Researchers use gene editing to control disease–causing mosquitoes, thanks to a multimillion–dollar DARPA contract. Read more about Small Pest, Big Battle
July 24, 2017
The final lecture in the annual series features biologist Mahan in the talk, “People are not petri plates: Why antibiotics fail.”
July 26 & 28, 2017
Campbell Hall, County Courthouse
A&L's ongoing free summer film series presents the extravagant epic featuring space travel, ninja assassins and a pool of deadly piranhas.
July 29, 2017
Art, Design & Architecture Museum
The architect, a practitioner and teacher in the Sogetsu School of Ikebana, will demonstrate the disciplined art of Japanese floral arrangements.