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Sorkin, Zakaria up close

By   /  Friday, April 29th, 2011  /  Top Stories, Tri-County Economy  /  Comments Off on Sorkin, Zakaria up close

Andrew Ross Sorkin, M&A reporter for the New York Times, and CNN host Fareed Zakaria will speak in Santa Barbara.

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Bringing light to the world

By   /  Friday, January 21st, 2011  /  Technology, Top Stories  /  Comments Off on Bringing light to the world

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UCSB economist warns of future tax hikes

By   /  Wednesday, December 8th, 2010  /  Latest news, Tri-County Economy  /  Comments Off on UCSB economist warns of future tax hikes

Higher taxes are an inevitable consequence of ad-hoc policymaking, according to UC Santa Barbara economics professor Peter Rupert. Rupert, who heads the UCSB Economic Forecast Project, told a breakfast audience of Santa Barbara-area business leaders on Dec. 8 that temporary subsidies such as “cash for clunkers” and payments to first-time homebuyers were largely useless. He Read More →

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Roof collapses at UCSB

By   /  Friday, November 5th, 2010  /  Latest news  /  Comments Off on Roof collapses at UCSB

UC Santa Barbara closed its Bren School of Environmental Science & Management after a 4,000-pound section of ceiling collapsed in the building’s lobby on Oct. 30. No one was injured, and the building was evacuated safely, according to a UCSB news release. Classes in the building were cancelled for two days. University officials re-opened the Read More →

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Nanosociology: UCSB center studies impact of nanotech

By   /  Monday, November 1st, 2010  /  Features  /  Comments Off on Nanosociology: UCSB center studies impact of nanotech

Researchers at UC Santa Barbara have secured another $6.1 million grant to keep asking the big questions about very small things. UCSB is well known for its nanotechnology research. It splits the California NanoSystems Institute with UCLA, and researchers at its Center for Nanomedicine have already made the cover of Science, one of the most Read More →

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