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  1. Sapronoses: Diseases of another kind, caused by pathogenic microorganismsRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Science Daily

    ... microorganisms that inhabit aquatic ecosystems and/or soil rather than a living host. Scientists at UC Santa Barbara studying infectious disease transmission published their findings in the latest issue of the journal Trends in Parasitology. ...

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  2. Smarter Than a First-Grader?Read the original story

    Yesterday | Science, Industry and Business

    ... brute force. It also characterizes crows as pretty resourceful problem solvers. New research conducted by UC Santa Barbara's Corina Logan, with her collaborators at the University of Auckland in New Zealand, proves the birds' intellectual prowess ...

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  3. FGCU men's hoops tickets remain hot itemFGCU men's hoops tickets...Read the original story

    9 hrs ago | The News-Press

    FGCU men's hoops tickets remain hot item No big games, no matter. 93 percent of Eagles' reserved seats are gone Check out this story on news-press.com: http://newspr.es/1mGgHZ6 Despite a men's home basketball schedule that is lacking a marquee name, FGCU is off to a great start in season-ticket sales.

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  4. Smarter than a first-grader? Crows can perform as well as 7- to...Read the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Science Daily

    ... brute force. It also characterizes crows as pretty resourceful problem solvers. New research conducted by UC Santa Barbara's Corina Logan, with her collaborators at the University of Auckland in New Zealand, demonstrates the birds' intellectual ...

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  5. Calcification in changing oceansRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Science Daily

    What do mollusks, starfish, and corals have in common? Aside from their shared marine habitat, they are all calcifiers -- organisms that use calcium from their environment to create hard carbonate skeletons and shells for stability and protection.

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  6. Sapronoses: Diseases of Another Kind, Caused by Pathogenic MicroorganismsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 26, 2010 | Science Daily

    ... microorganisms that inhabit aquatic ecosystems and/or soil rather than a living host. Scientists at UC Santa Barbara studying infectious disease transmission published their findings in the latest issue of the journal Trends in Parasitology. ...

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  7. Diseases of Another Kind: UCSB Researchers Scrutinize Distinctive and Prevalent Infectious AgentRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Noozhawk

    ... microorganisms that inhabit aquatic ecosystems and/or soil rather than a living host. Scientists at UC Santa Barbara studying infectious disease transmission published their findings in the latest issue of the journal Trends in Parasitology. ...

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  8. Walnut Creek: Northgate High jazz band begins fundraising campaign to play Monterey Jazz FestivalRead the original story

    15 hrs ago | Inside Bay Area

    ... seniors will be returning from universities all around California, including USC and UCLA in Los Angeles, UC Santa Barbara, San Diego State University, and Chico State University; one student is even traveling from Brigham Young University in Utah. ...

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  9. Diseases of another kindRead the original story

    16 hrs ago | PhysOrg Weblog

    ... microorganisms that inhabit aquatic ecosystems and/or soil rather than a living host. Scientists at UC Santa Barbara studying infectious disease transmission published their findings in the latest issue of the journal Trends in Parasitology . ...

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  10. Dr. Mike North of Discovery Channel's 'Prototype This!' to...Read the original story

    18 hrs ago | Freshnews

    Today, Designers of Things, a new conference produced by UBM Tech dedicated to accelerating the design, development and business of Wearable Tech, 3D Printing and the Internet of Things, announced that Dr. Mike North will keynote the inaugural event this fall.

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  11. Symphonie Jeunesse wows Cambria audienceRead the original story

    19 hrs ago | Hispanic Business

    ... by chaperones and were coached by professional violinists . Along the way, the group enjoyed a tour of the UC Santa Barbara campus with a Symphonie Jeunesse alumnus and then walked on the beach before settling into their cabins at . They attended a ...

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  12. Calcification in changing oceans explored in special issue of The Biological BulletinRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | EurekAlert!

    What do mollusks, starfish, and corals have in common? Aside from their shared marine habitat, they are all calcifiers-organisms that use calcium from their environment to create hard carbonate skeletons and shells for stability and protection.

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  13. Library Adult Literacy Program Volunteer Linda Solin Shares the Gift of ReadingRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Noozhawk

    ... children's bandages. She enjoyed her hospital work but always dreamed of being a teacher. After attending UC Santa Barbara, she worked in bilingual education in Bakersfield, later moving back to Santa Barbara, where she taught kindergarten and first ...

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  14. County supervisors hear from grand juryRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Daily Republic

    Solano County supervisors and county officials on Tuesday listened to the Solano County grand jury present three reports that included pointed criticisms, then responded with a few criticisms of their own.

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  15. College Park students receive Tikkun Olam ScholarshipRead the original story

    Tuesday | Inside Bay Area

    ... in the Jewish Federation, including its Teen Advocacy Program. She will be studying political science at UC Santa Barbara. Some here call it the 'O.J. House,' the only gated community in a vast stretch of desert rich in gold and silver, pioneer ...

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  16. The Supreme Court's Coming ParalysisRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | WRVA-AM Richmond

    It's a question that's roiled the liberal universe for years: Why won't 81-year-old Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg resign from the Supreme Court and give President Obama the chance to pick her successor, in case the Senate turns Republican after the mid-terms? Harvard Law Professor Laurence Tribe, one of the left's jurisprudential ... (more) 7 comments

  17. Mike Hale, The Grub Hunter: Fifi's and Calvin's - a fine pairingRead the original story

    Tuesday | Monterey County Herald

    ... that Wilkes' wife Michele opened in 1985. The idea had long been in the works. A former professor at UC Santa Barbara, Wilkes left academia after falling in love - with wine. "At a university you learn how to learn, and it's easier to take on a new ...

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  18. Pay Raises for Recent College Grads Fall Short of AverageRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The CPA Technology Advisor

    ... jobs at rising wages, then employers must not be desperate for them." Cody Hounanian graduated in 2013 from UC Santa Barbara and has a steady job as a manager at Whole Foods in his hometown of Santa Clarita. He's happy to be working, but he had ...

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  19. Kickstarter Project StitchCAM Uses Drone Technology to Help Farmers...Read the original story

    Tuesday | Wine Business Online

    Today drones take on a higher purpose as SNAP Vision Technologies introduces a personal aerial survey drone called the StitchCAM, a Kickstarter.com project that gives farmers an affordable, precise way to assess the health of their crops, increase crop yields and use water more efficiently.

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  20. Pay raises for recent college grads far below averageRead the original story

    Tuesday | Los Angeles Times

    ... jobs at rising wages, then employers must not be desperate for them." Cody Hounanian graduated in 2013 from UC Santa Barbara and has a steady job as a manager at Whole Foods in his hometown of Santa Clarita. He's happy to be working, but he had ...

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