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Abolutely MysticalSeeing Without Eyes  A new study by UCSB scientists has found that the skin of the California two-spot octopus can sense light even without input from the central nervous system. The research suggests an evolutionary adaptation.
Art MFA Thesis Exhibition Centers
on Suspended Places and Objects
Global Studies Scholar’s New Books
Upend Global Political Thinking
UCSB Ranked No. 7 in the World
in Leiden University Rankings
Astronomers Observe Supernova’s
Collision With a Companion Star
Expert Oil ResponseExpert Response A large group of UCSB scientists, students and engineers have responded to the Refugio oil spill by pooling their considerable expertise. Their research is likely to help inform ongoing response and cleanup efforts.
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Blade Runner Poster
Inside Perspectives: Neo Noir and the Contemporary City
, featuring dystopian classic "Blade Runner," followed by a Q&A with filmmaker and faculty Chris Jenkins, May 27.
Ensemble for Contemporary Music in
its annual spring concert, May 27.
Remembrance Events to mark the
one-year anniversary of IV tragedy.
Malala Yousafzai, winner of the 2014
Nobel Peace Prize, downtown, June 27.
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