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Entomologists Quinn McFrederick and Jessica Maccaro examined the microbiomes of unusual meat-eating bees, and found their guts look like those belonging to hyenas and other carrion feeders.
Entomologists Quinn McFrederick and Jessica Maccaro discover that unusual meat-eating bees have microbiomes that are very different from the average vegetarian bee.
UCR psychology researcher Rachel Wu weighed in on an outside study that ties social media to anxiety and depression in adults.
New research from entomologists Quinn McFrederick, Jessica Maccaro and Doug Yangea shows remarkable changes in the microbiome of an unusual meat-eating bee species.
Edward Chang, professor of ethnic studies, discovered Pachappa Camp, the first known Korean American settlement in the mainland U.S.
Gender and sexuality studies professor Jane Ward says it would be nice if there were enough LGBT roles that any actor could play them, but that isn't the case.
Joseph Kahne, a professor of education policy, says threats of violence at school board meetings are up markedly, but hard data on this is lacking because it is a new phenomenon.
Tracy Kahn, curator of the Givaudan Citrus Variety Collection, talks to Gastro Obscura about the importance of preserving genetic diversity in agricultural crops, particularly citrus.
Ethic Studies Professor Gerald L. Clarke, Jr. spoke during a Riverside Unified School District board meeting on the importance of teaching Native American history and culture in order to prevent another classroom incident like the one at a Riverside high school that produced a viral video and sparked widespread outrage.
Rengin Firat, assistant professor of sociology, believes Travis Scott himself bears some of the blame for the tragedy that took place at his concert.
Over The Hump Or Overstimulated? Annual Economic Forecast Conference Finds Near Term Outlook Strong But Long Run Risks Loom Large
The U.S. economy has completely recovered from the pandemic recession, according to a new forecast released at the 12th annual Inland Empire Economic Forecast Conference, hosted by the UC Riverside School of Business.
An “exceedingly popular response” to heterosexual discontent and division in popular culture has been “simply to normalize it," said Jane Ward, gender and sexuality studies professor.
Fire ecologist Rich Minnich believes California may be doing more harm than good by battling fires. Allowing more vegetation to grow provides fuel for future fires, but if we let vegetation burn naturally, he predicts we will see a future with smaller, less destructive fires.
UCR public-health scientist Richard M. Carpiano studies vaccine hesitancy and believes this year, the holidays are providing an opportunity for people to set parameters around who they'll allow into their home.
Public policy professor Rich Carpiano believes Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva is taking a counterproductive stance on requiring vaccinations for deputies.
Excelencia in Education named UC Riverside as one of 10 institutions nationwide whose mentoring, financial, academic and internship programs are helping Hispanic students succeed.
Entomologists Boris and Barbara Baer, and UCR's Center for Integrated Bee Research, are featured in this special on the importance of bees, and how to save them.
Research from Patrick Adler at the School of Business Center for Economic Forecasting and Development, shows that access to talent, airport connections and metropolitan-area size are the best determinants of where large companies locate their headquarters.
Myisha Cherry, assistant professor of philosophy and author of the forthcoming book The Case for Rage: Why Anger Is Essential to Anti-racist Struggle, explains how anger channeled into action can help fight injustice.
Joseph Kahne, professor of education and co-director of the Civic Engagement Research Group, worries that vitriolic political rhetoric and threatening behavior at school board meetings across the country are posing a serious threat to democracy.