Scientists from the University of California, Riverside, are claiming to have discovered the oldest known animal fossil—an ancient sea sponge that emerged more than 600 million years ago.
An OpEd by UCR Gender and Sexuality Studies researcher Jade Sasser looks at racial diversity in the American Buddhist community, and how one Southern California Buddhist organization has created a template for success.
With happy couples, it's always we, we, we... have you noticed? So observes Arwa Mahdawi, a relationships columnist for The Guardian. To the writer's (mock) irritation, "we" and "us" instead of "you" and "I" is a key to good relationships. She cites research by the lab of UCR's Megan Robbins.
UC Riverside entomologist Hollis Woodard is featured in a Science Friday video that takes a look at how bumblebees make their queens. They don't make queens like honeybees; Woodard says the key may lie with bee vomit.
New research found that fish can’t suck up food as well after having a hole poked in their mouth by a fishing hook.
A study by psychology researchers Megan Robbins and Alex Karan of UCR looked at 5,000 participants in declaring pronouns such as "we" and "us" are an indicator of a happy, "interdependent" relationship.