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A mummified monkThe Mummified Monk A video is attached to this news release. Fabio Rambelli, chair of the Department of East Asian Languages and Cultural Studies, provides some interesting context on the 1000-year-old mummified body discovered inside a Buddhist statue that dates back to the 12th or 11th century.
Study Examines Shape-Shifting ‘Transformers’ Protein in Brain
NOAA Grant Will Help Researchers
Study Impact of Ocean Acidification
Ecologist Douglas McCauley Receives
a 2015 Sloan Research Fellowship
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Scholar Receives NSF CAREER Award
Award-Winning Writer Lydia Davis
to be Writer-in-Residence at UCSB
Girl in detention center
A Perfect Storm New research by UCSB scientist Colin Kelley, linking a warming trend to record drought and subsequent unrest in Syria, is perhaps the first to look closely and quantitatively at climate change in relation to a current war.
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Fletcher Benton Sculpture
Fletcher Benton: The Artist's Studio
, examines and honors the artistic process of the celebrated California large-scale sculptor. Through May 1.
In the Red and Brown Water, a modern
coming of age story, Feb. 27-March 7.
Lydia Davis, a Booker International Prize
winning author and translator, March 3.
Native Foodways, Environmentalism and
Colonialism, a public symposium, March 6.
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