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a barnacle in a jar
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Sonia Fernandez
Sessile creatures like this barnacle were the key to determining when the oil pipeline was compromised, an event that eventually led to the oil spill

How Marine Science Institute researchers helped solve the 2021 Huntington Beach oil spill

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fishers just off a Pacific island shore
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Jacob Eurich
Fishers coming home on a paddle canoe after fishing on the fore reefs of Abaiang, Kiribati
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Portrait of Kenneth Kosik
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Matt Perko
Kenneth S. Kosik

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