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UCR researchers weigh in on damage to Joshua Tree National Park due to government...

During the 35-day government shutdown starting early December and ending mid-February, one of the divisions of the federal government affected was the National Parks...

UC Riverside School of Medicine helps students pay for schooling by serving the Inland...

The cost of attending medical school has increased due to a rise in tuition in recent years. In a US News finding, tuition at...

UCR researchers develop new method to detect alien life

UCR researchers are working to detect extraterrestrial life in the solar system. The paper “Atmospheric Seasonality as an Exoplanet Biosignature” presents a new method...

Inside the making of “Muse,” a UCR student film

The UC Riverside Department of Theatre, Film and Digital Production (TFDP) showcased the student film “Muse” as part of its ongoing Sixth Annual Film...

Elon Musk seeks to make a new insect-based milkshake for Mars

On April 1, Elon Musk took to Twitter to announce his upcoming investment to UC Riverside’s entomology department. The investment of approximately $3.14 million...

It’s all in your head: Are water preferences purely psychological?

Research from UC Riverside’s psychology department entitled “Preference for tap, bottled, and recycled water: Relations to PTC taste sensitivity and personality” was published in...

UCR researchers take a closer look at drought resistance within the Amazon rainforest

Published in the New Phytologist Trust journal on Feb. 19, a paper titled “Coordination and trade-offs among hydraulic safety, efficiency and drought avoidance traits...

UCR researcher takes a closer look at autism

Published in the Molecular Autism journal on Jan. 30 by UC Riverside Assistant Professor of Special Education and assistant director to Support Education Advocacy...

UCR research shows how Argentine ants have been a successful invasive species

A recent UCR research paper, “Verification of Argentine Ant Defensive Compounds and Their Behavioral Effects on Heterospecific Competitors and Conspecific Nestmates,” explores how Argentine...

$370,000 donation given to Young Oak Kim Center

On Friday, Jan. 12, Chancellor Kim Wilcox received a $370,000 donation for the Young Oak Kim (YOK) Center for Korean American Studies at the...