New UC Riverside research makes it likely that proteins responsible for activating mosquito sperm can be shut down, preventing them from swimming to or fertilizing eggs.
Great gray owls’ physical features, especially parts of their wings and face, help them correct for sonic distortions caused by snow, enabling them to find moving food with astonishing accuracy, according to a new UC Riverside study.
Guppies, a perennial pet store favorite, have helped a UC Riverside scientist unlock a key question about evolution: Do animals evolve in response to the risk of being eaten, or to the environment that they create in the absence of predators? Turns out, it’s the latter. David Reznick , a...
Females love males with big dorsal fins, but the appendages first evolved for males to fight other males
UC Riverside evolutionary biologist says increased cancer risk associated with height is due primarily to an increase in the number of body cells
NSF grant will support research on how fish coordinate different body parts to catch prey
UCR research will help agronomists breed plants that attract their own growth-promoting microbes