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UC Santa Barbara's Top News & Featured Events February 16, 2021 Top News Dogs’ highly evolved n

UC Santa Barbara's Top News & Featured Events [UC Santa Barbara's Top News & Featured Events] [UC Santa Barbara]( February 16, 2021 Top News [Humanity’s Best Friend]( Dogs’ highly evolved noses can rapidly detect the SARS-CoV-2 virus. [Read more about this breakthrough ▶]( [Rachel Segalman and Craig Hawker]( [At the Frontier of Research]( Rachel Segalman and Craig Hawker have been elected to the National Academy of Engineering. [Read more about the engineers ▶]( [Robots in Love]( [Computer Love]( Dan Conroy-Beam’s ‘couple simulation’ model helps us dive into the mysteries of mate selection. [Read more about the model ▶]( [More News]( Featured Events [Wine Workshop Poster]( [Virtual Wine Workshop]( February 18, 2021 Wine educator and Gaucho alumna Lindsey Reed hosts an interactive class about the Santa Barbara wine country. [Cover of “The Musical Heritage of Al-Andalus”]( [Dwight Reynolds]( February 18, 2021 The religious studies scholar discusses his new book, “The Musical Heritage of Al-Andalus,” with historian Debra Blumenthal. [Aashish Mehta]( [Professors at the Pub]( February 18, 2021 The lecture series goes virtual with professor Aashish Mehta giving an online talk on racial and economic stratification in the UC system. [More Events]( UC Santa Barbara In The News [Yahoo! News]( ['The Mauritanian' rekindles debate over Gitmo detainees' torture – with 40 still held there]( “The Mauritanian,” directed by Kevin Macdonald, is the first feature film to dramatize how the war on terror became a war in court. [Read More ▶]( [Discover]( [How the Heart Became the Symbol of Love, Lust and the Soul]( For thousands of years, this vital chest muscle has represented the feelings center of emotions, spirituality and romance. Here's how we got here, and why cardiologists say it's not so far-fetched. [Read More ▶]( [Arts]( | [Science + Technology]( | [Society + Culture]( | [Campus + Community]( | [Athletics]( | [Calendar]( [UC Santa Barbara]( Connect with Us: [FB icon]( [Twitter icon]( [Vimeo icon]( [LinkedIn icon]( [YouTube icon]( [RSS icon]( Copyright © 2021 The Regents of the University of California. All Rights Reserved. Share this email: [Email]( [Twitter]( [Facebook]( [LinkedIn]( Choose the emails you would like to receive by[managing your preferences.]( If you do not wish to receive any emails from UC Santa Barbara Institutional Advancement (this includes event invitations, newsletters, networking opportunities and stories of philanthropy), you can [opt out of them ALL]( using TrueRemove® View this email [online](. [UC Santa Barbara Santa Barbara, CA | 93106 US](#) [This email was sent to {EMAIL}. To continue receiving our emails, add us to your address book.]({EMAIL})

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