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Club Spotlight: Aerospace Systems

Convening in a medium-sized study room on the first floor of Orbach library on Friday (their regular meeting day), May 12, a passionate group...

A Word of Advice from … Associate Professor of History Dana...

Professor Dana Simmons has been teaching at UCR for 12 years and has certainly made her mark. Simmons first began researching how modern minimum...

“Sleight” has only slight sleight of magic

There’s a new superhero in town, and he’s got both the sleight of hand and the upper hand. As a science whiz and a...

It’s about time for open science

The open science movement is by no means a new development in the world of scientific research. Since its inception around four years ago,...

The fault of science illiteracy is ourselves

Sen. Marco Rubio recently doubled down on his denial that climate change is caused by man. “I do not believe that human activity is...

Former UCR chancellor discusses nuclear fusion

Former UCR chancellor and renowned physicist Raymond L. Orbach returned to UCR on Friday, April 25, to give a lecture on “Science and Diplomacy”...

Is crowdfunded science a viable option for the future?

With the advent of the Internet and its increasingly cheaper costs and user-friendly interfaces, it should come as no surprise that many businesses are...

When will we close the engineering gender gap?

After a few strolls in Bourns and Winston Chung Halls, through dim hallways of male-dominated work space, one discovers the status quo in which...