Collection edited by UCR researchers focuses on the role of rising oxygen in the birth of complex life
The University Laboratory Building is being renamed the “Rochelle and Allison Campbell Hall”
Molecular fossil evidence suggests sponges lived on the ancient ocean floors 100 million years before the Cambrian period
Faculty, staff, and students on campus are gearing up to participate in the Great California ShakeOut
Study shows mouth injuries caused by hook removal reduce feeding performance in suction-feeding fish
A discovery by scientists at UC Riverside may open up new ways to control steroid hormone-mediated processes, including growth and development in insects, and sexual maturation, immunity, and cancer progression in humans. Published today in Developmental Cell , the researchers used a well-studied fruit fly model to show that a transporter protein...
A UC Riverside scientist has been awarded $2.3 million from the National Institutes of Health (NIH)’s ‘High-Risk, High-Reward’ program to study the role of steroid hormone transporters in insect development and reproduction. Naoki Yamanaka , an assistant professor of entomology, will translate that knowledge into new ways to combat the spread of...
More intensive water cycle could have impact on biodiversity, human health, and water and food security
Regional report authored by UCR researchers is included in California’s Fourth Climate Change Assessment
UCR research will help agronomists breed plants that attract their own growth-promoting microbes
Richard Schrock, a Nobel Prize-winning chemist and UC Riverside alumnus, will join the faculty in UCR’s College of Natural and Agricultural Sciences in September 2018. He will be the inaugural George K. Helmkamp Founder’s Chair in Chemistry, named after one of the founding faculty members of UCR’s Department of Chemistry. UCR alumnus Richard...
Major series of review articles outlines past, present, and future of searching for life on other planets
Names of recently discovered Ediacaran era fossil animals honor President Barack Obama and Sir David Attenborough