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Content Authored by: Sarah Nightingale

UCR team among scientists developing guidebook for finding life beyond earth

Major series of review articles outlines past, present, and future of searching for life on other planets

Chemist receives Department of Energy award

Early Career Research Program award will support Ming Lee Tang’s research on developing hybrid organic-inorganic materials

Two new creatures discovered from dawn of animal life

Names of recently discovered Ediacaran era fossil animals honor President Barack Obama and Sir David Attenborough

Scorpions outdo spiders as scary creatures

Although spider fear is one of the most common and well-studied phobias, UCR-led study shows people are more afraid of scorpions

Environmental threats put bumblebee queens under pressure

Insecticide exposure and declining floral diversity are jeopardizing key pollinator group

Distant moons may harbor life

UCR researchers have identified 121 giant planets that may have habitable moons

How do insects survive on a sugary diet?

Study offers clues to how aphids capitalize on relationship with beneficial bacteria through changes in gene expression linked to DNA methylation

Battling bubbles: How plants protect themselves from killer fungus

UCR researchers show how plants fight against infections by delivering protective molecules into fungi using bubble-like exosomes

Search for life beyond the solar system topic of faculty research lecture

Timothy Lyons will deliver the 66th annual lecture at UC Riverside

Atmospheric seasons could signal alien life

UCR researchers are using seasonal changes in the Earth’s atmosphere to guide their search for life outside the solar system

UCR scientist rediscovers insect lost for 105 years

Little is known about elusive beetle species, despite role in wildflower pollination

UCR plant cell biologist elected to National Academy of Sciences

Sean Cutler becomes ninth UC Riverside faculty member elected to the prestigious academy

Researchers move toward understanding deadly citrus disease

UCR study will aid the development of new strategies to combat huanglongbing
By Sarah Nightingale | | Science / Technology

UC Riverside astrophysicist part of TESS planet finder team

Satellite telescope launched Wednesday will seek out new alien worlds
By Sarah Nightingale | | Science / Technology

Newly identified bacteria may help bees nourish their young

UCR researchers have identified three bacteria that may help prevent spoilage of the pollen that wild bees provision for their offspring
By Sarah Nightingale | | Science / Technology

To impress females, Costa’s hummingbirds “sing” with their tail feathers

UCR Researchers show how male Costa’s control the acoustics of a tail song produced during high speed dives
By Sarah Nightingale | | Science / Technology

Faster, Cheaper Wastewater Treatment Through Improved Oxidation Reactions

UCR researchers have developed a simple way to improve Advanced Oxidation Processes
By Sarah Nightingale | | Science / Technology

Inland Empire economy to expand further in 2018

Latest data show IE home prices are fastest growing in Southern California
By Sarah Nightingale | | Business

Microbiome study suggests marine nematodes are not picky eaters

UCR research finding no relationship between nematode species and microbial profile suggests marine worms don’t have a restrictive diet

UCR graduate students share why their research matters

26 Ph.D. and master’s students visited with state lawmakers to give them firsthand insight into their work and why it merits more state investment
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