The UCSB Current reports that chemistry professor Bruce Lipshutz and his team have developed an eco-friendly and less expensive version of a metal-based chemical reaction that is essential in the manufacture of several pharmaceuticals.
Read the article in Science: Sustainable Fe–ppm Pd nanoparticle catalysis of Suzuki-Miyaura cross-couplings in water
In a new partnership, the Map & Imagery Laboratory will host the Center for Spatial Studies' Spatial Help Desk each Friday morning during fall quarter.
Years ago, when Dorris W. Goodrich was in the UCSB Library, she never felt alone.
The Map & Imagery Lab holds one of the state's largest collections of paper maps. The maps provide data and tell stories about every facet of Earth's landscape.
Welcome to the start of a new academic year at UCSB, a year that will include a significant milestone: the opening of your new Library in January. As our expansion and renovation project reaches its final stages, we are gearing up to welcome and introduce you to the reinvented UCSB Library at the crossroads of campus.
UCSB researchers now have access to America’s Historical Newspapers / Early American Newspapers, Series 2, 1758-1900 (as well as ongoing access to Series 1, 1690-1876).
“Saving the sounds of human culture for those who come after us is a powerful reason to preserve audio,” says the ARSC Guide to Audio Preservation, a book published this spring that offers instructions on caring for and preserving audio collections.
UC Health and Life Science representatives arranged subscriptions to 27 Clinics titles on the ScienceDirect platform for the UC system.
UC campuses now have access from 2006 to the present for the 27 Elsevier’s Clinics journals listed below.