Summer Sessions presents a new season of GRIT Talks, a series of free public lectures by notable faculty across myriad disciplines
Benioff Ocean Initiative launches a new effort to stop plastic waste from entering the ocean
Light-dependent grazing by tiny marine predators may limit the ability of phytoplankton to grow near the ocean's surface.
Corals in warmer latitudes appear more resilient to bleaching, a surprise to scientists.
In 2019 Plous Lecture, Douglas McCauley will examine changes humans and technology are bringing to the oceans.
Rare hoodwinker sunfish, never before seen in Northern Hemisphere, washes up at Coal Oil Point Reserve.
Ocean recovery efforts must remain nimble and sensitive to society’s evolving needs and the rapid changes in today’s oceans.
A close look at the specific feeding habits of territorial damselfish reveals strategies for coexistence without competition.
UC Santa Barbara researchers lead a collaboration to investigate the columbine genome.
UCSB researchers find that eyes originated in jellyfish at least eight separate times, helping to illuminate how evolution produces complex visual organs.