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Survey of California bumble bees fails to detect 8 species historically found in the state

KPBS |
Hollis Woodard's laboratory led the first census of native California bumble bees in decades, and didn't find as many as they'd hoped to.
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UC Riverside professors preparing for World Refugee Day commemoration at UN

The Press Enterprise |
Professors Begona Echeverria, Bella Merlin, and Annika Speer performed at the United Nations for #WorldRefugeeDay2022 on June 20. 
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Move over, lemons. Here are 5 juicy tangerines to grow in the Bay Area

Tango, a hybrid tangerine and Gold Nugget, a seedless variety, were both introduced by UC Riverside.
UCR in the News

Where Are California's Bumble Bees?

Gizmodo |
A recent census of bees in the state, led by entomologist Hollis Woodard's lab, found disturbingly few of the insects.
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Scientists struggling to find common bee species in California

The Hill |
A team of UCR researchers led by entomologist Hollis Woodard's laboratory have had a hard time tracking down several native species of bumble bees, a sign that the insects’ population might be struggling in the state.   
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Scientist believes a bee-safe insecticide could help hinder dangerous mosquitoes

KRDO / ABC 13 Colorado |
UCR entomologist Naoki Yamanaka's discovery of a way to block physical development in mosquitoes could yield a new way to combat them.
UCR in the News

Coronavirus cases climb in Inland Empire one year after state’s ‘reopening’

The Press Enterprise |
Richard Carpiano, UCR professor of public policy, says cases are on the rise because people are beginning to shed masks,  socializing more and spending more time inside due to summer heat.
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Thousands of UC Riverside students participate in graduation ceremonies

The Press Enterprise |
The School of Business commencement is featured in The Press-Enterprise.