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A collage of marine creatures.
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Harrison Tasoff
Transferable conservation credits could incentivize comprehensive protection the ocean’s diverse habitats and wildlife.

A conservation market could incentivize global ocean protection

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Wifi can read through walls
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Emily Jacobs seated, looking upward, seated in front of a backdrop of brain imagery
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Matt Perko
Emily Jacobs’ lab primarily examines how hormones affect the brain
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a student presents research findings
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Andrew Masuda
UC Santa Barbara chemical engineering major Jessy Gonzalez explains his summer research project during a poster session sponsored by the Center for Science and Engineering Partnerships (CSEP).
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concept of a quantum magnetometer
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Brian Long
A quantum magnetometer on a chip
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Palms blow in a storm.
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ChiehCheng via iStock
The El Niño Southern Oscillation influences weather patterns across the world.
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Bolivian tribe receiving health education regarding COVID-19
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Michael Gurven
A health educator conveys information about COVID-19 transmission to members of Bolivia's Tsimané population
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open bottle pouring out a small pool of detergent
With this method, your empty detergent bottle can be turned into more detergent
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The cover of “Mighty Bad Land” with Mount Luyendyk in the background.
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Bruce Luyendyk
Peak 1070 — near one of the team’s field camps — was renamed Mount Luyendyk in honor of the author’s contribution to our knowledge of Antarctica.