Projects include the study of aquatic insect communities, bumble bees, and the impact of climate change on plants
UC Riverside’s Nathaniel Gabor and colleague formulate a vision for the field in a perspective article
UC Riverside-led study deciphers key elements for the assembly of a large virus; understanding its formation could contain viruses’ spread
UC Riverside’s Karine Le Roch is principal investigator on two NIH grants
Raven’s Advanced Progressive Matrices, or APM, is a widely used standardized test to measure reasoning ability, often administered to undergraduate students. One drawback, however, is that the test, which has been in use for about 80 years, takes 40 to 60 minutes to complete. Another is that the test kit and answer sheets can cost hundreds of...
UC Riverside evolutionary biologist says increased cancer risk associated with height is due primarily to an increase in the number of body cells
A team of UCR-led scientists get best measure yet of why star formation stopped in galaxy clusters in the early universe
UC Riverside study uses gene-editing tool to disrupt serotonin receptor linked to egg production in Aedes aegypti mosquitoes
NSF-funded research represents a new approach to the field of 'crystal engineering'
Partnership provides opportunities for UCR medical students to train at a Riverside clinic focused on AIDS treatment
UC Riverside-led study will concentrate on alcohol use disorders in Pacific Islander young adults
Novel agents 135H11 and 135H12 move research closer to drug development
UC Riverside-led study offers vivid picture of health consequences of life events and chronic strain among foreign-born Mexicans in farm working communities
Whether we like it or not, everyone accumulates fat. For women, it usually accumulates around the hips, resulting in a pear-shaped look. In men, fat tends to build up around the abdomen, creating an apple shape. As it turns out, it’s healthier to be a pear than an apple. A research team at the University of California, Riverside, has found that...
Physicist, whose contributions enabled the first observation of gravitational waves, is the university’s second Nobel Prize winner