Novel insights on cellular suicide could provide new avenues for cancer therapies.
Neuroscientist Sung Soo Kim receives prestigious NIH award to study how brains select landmarks for navigation
Fruit Flies Plug into the Matrix: A new budget-friendly virtual-reality system helps researchers study the brains of small animals
Surveillance study reveals how COVID-19 can travel silently through a community via asymptomatic carriers.
The MCDB Graduate Program congratulates soon-to-be PhD Neil Zhang in Professor Julie Simpson's group on his outstanding research and for sharing his experiences through the UCSB Graduate Division Individualized Professional Skills (IPS) Program.
Researchers and medical staff collaborate to detect asymptomatic cases of COVID-19 on campus.
These prestigious, campus-wide Fellowships recognize our students' outstanding progress in research and scholarship.
Scientists develop a faster, less expensive COVID-19 test that can be deployed in the field
Highlighting a campus-wide research effort to understand the nervous system using a broad array of powerful approaches.
Understanding how the protein tau moves between neurons yields insight into possible treatments for neurodegenerative diseases.
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