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UCR scientist discovers cause of avocado-killing disease

The source of a disease that has taken a massive toll on Israel and Southern California’s avocado industry has been identified by a plant...

Med School building is first at UCR to achieve LEED Gold Certification

The UC Riverside School of Medicine Research Building (SOMRB) has been awarded the prestigious LEED Gold Certification, the second highest honor given by the...

UC Berkeley officials call upon occupiers to leave farmland

In protest of plans to build a Whole Foods Market and senior housing facility on a portion of UC Berkeley-owned land, members of the...

UC Health contributed $3.3 billion in services for 2011

University of California Health has estimated that the monetary value of all of its services in 2011 amounts to nearly $3.3 billion. Through its...

California colleges may begin gauging size of LGBT community

California state colleges and universities may soon be asking students about their sexual orientation on application forms as part of an effort to determine...

UCR research on surveillance aims to improve security

A new study on surveillance cameras conducted by researchers at UC Riverside may help streamline the efficiency of surveillance systems at a time when...

UC Riverside graduates’ salaries continue to rise

UC Riverside has climbed up the list of the top 30 state universities by post-graduation salary potential. Payscale, a compensation data research company, has...

Faculty’s no-confidence vote fails against UC Davis chancellor

Following two weeks of online voting that ended Friday Feb. 17, UC Davis Chancellor Linda P.B. Katehi has endured a faculty-initiated vote of no...

UCSF researchers call for government regulation of sugar

As worldwide rates of obesity and diabetes diagnoses increase, researchers at the UC San Francisco (UCSF) say that sugar intake should now be regulated,...

Career attainment a top priority among students

Recent statistics by a UCLA poll have shown that more individuals are equating a bachelor’s degree as a necessary foundation for the most popular...