If any show prepared our generation for the future, Nickelodeon’s show Jimmy Neutron surely did. Flash back to your childhood for a moment and recall the metal box Jimmy brought on his adventures: the hypercube. The hypercube, a groundbreaking invention [...]Read more ›
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Announced on Feb. 22, the White House will enact an open access policy which requires all taxpayer-funded research to be made freely available for public access after one year of publication. The financial implication of this new policy will allow [...]Read more ›
Now that Heat has concluded, we UCR students are coming down from our Porter Robinson-induced highs and settling back down into the mundane realities of UCR life. For us, this means that it is almost the end of winter quarter, [...]Read more ›
Automatic sequestration cuts are set to take effect March 1 and will last until September. The budget cuts will slash $177 million in funding for scientific research in the state of California. The potential budget ax is creating a stir [...]Read more ›
UC San Francisco (UCSF) has become the largest scientific institution in the nation and the first UC campus to allow for public access to its research publications. The university, which publishes around 4,500 scholarly papers each year, will be following [...]Read more ›
UC Riverside scientists have created three varieties of avocado rootstocks that are able to overcome the fatal Phytophthora root rot disease (PRR). “The pathogen infects the feeder roots of the avocado tree so the trees cannot uptake water and nutrients [...]Read more ›
UC Riverside researchers’ discovery of a relationship between a protein and short-term memory could lead to new treatment of diseases such as Alzheimer’s Disease. The link between the beta-arrestin protein to learning and memory functions has never been identified prior [...]Read more ›