UC Riverside-led research, done on the Big Island, shows effects of mite introduction have cascaded through entire pathogen communities
UC Riverside study uses gene-editing tool to disrupt serotonin receptor linked to egg production in Aedes aegypti mosquitoes
Identification of a transporter that ferries steroids into cells could bring widespread benefits for human health
National Institutes of Health award to UCR’s Naoki Yamanaka recognizes highly innovative research
RIVERSIDE, Calif. — Entomologists at the University of California, Riverside have received a five-year grant of $2.44 million from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, or NIAID, to investigate the role hormones play in the female mosquito’s ability to use human blood for egg production. Vector mosquitoes need vertebrate blood...
Insecticide exposure and declining floral diversity are jeopardizing key pollinator group
Little is known about elusive beetle species, despite role in wildflower pollination
Foundation for Food and Agriculture Research award will identify best management practices to protect bees