Underrepresented students will participate in carefully designed summer research and educational activities at UC Riverside
UC Riverside-led research could lead to novel antimalarial therapeutic strategies
UC Riverside scientists have developed a technique for solving a decades-old mystery involving the chemical in turkey that makes people sleepy. Their new ability to map the atoms involved in the production of tryptophan opens the door to new antibiotic and antifungal drugs.
New UC Riverside research shows how, after it rains, microbes in desert soil convert one form of pollution into another — laughing gas.
Two UC Riverside experts explain how carbon capture and utilization technologies work, and what needs to improve for them to deliver on their promise
A chemical used in electric vehicle batteries could also give us carbon-free fuel for space flight, according to new UC Riverside research.
University of California, Riverside scientists will join a first-of-its-kind effort to map out California’s so-called “Lithium Valley,” and learn whether it can meet America’s urgent demand for lithium in a sustainable, environmentally friendly way.
Why cluster’s galaxies are unlike those in all the other known protoclusters is a mystery, says UC Riverside-led team
A new study leaves large tooth marks in previous conclusions about the body shape of the Megalodon, one of the largest sharks that ever lived.
UC Riverside-led team develops new computational method that applies techniques from statistical physics mathematical models in epidemiology
A new technique can incorporate customer behavior into recommendation algorithms
It is unlikely that a cancer-causing chemical inside your car can be dusted or wiped way, according to new UC Riverside research.
Black eyed peas’ ability to attract beneficial bacteria isn’t diminished by modern farming practices, new UC Riverside research shows. Planting it in rotation with other crops could help growers avoid the need for costly, environmentally damaging fertilizers.
Calit2 was created by the state of California over 20 years ago to ensure the state remains on the leading edge of information technology, communications
A UC Riverside astronomer and a group of eagle-eyed citizen scientists have discovered a giant gas planet hidden from view by typical stargazing tools.