News & Media

October 17, 2016

Adapting to the Heat

Biologist Craig Montell uncovers the molecular mechanism that regulates an animal’s ability to sense the rate of temperature change

By Julie Cohen

October 04, 2016

All in the Mind

With its visiting scholars program and other offerings, SAGE Center for the Study of the Mind at UC Santa Barbara blurs the boundaries between disciplines

By Shelly Leachman

September 19, 2016

And the Winner Is …

Kudos to UCSB’s award-winning postdoctoral scholars. Speaking to the strength of research at UC Santa Barbara, eight postdoctoral scholars have received recognition and support to help them further their studies. Many of the accolades are related to medical or health explorations, ranging from molecular level inquiries to practical application.

By Julie Cohen

September 07, 2016
Linking Perception to Action

A neuroscientist maps brain cell activity that occurs during the delay between sensation and action

By Julie Cohen

August 25, 2016

Basic Research Fuels Advanced Discovery

UCSB neuroscientist Kenneth Kosik discusses the importance of basic cell biology research in advancing the understanding of disease

By Sonia Fernandez