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Rising temperatures overcook bumblebees’ brunch
Bumblebees pollinate many of our favorite foods, but their own diet is being upset by climate change, according to a new UC Riverside study. 
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Viji Santhakumar
How are epilepsy and autism linked?
UC Riverside and Rutgers University scientists explore this question in a study on mice
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Flame retardants linked to autistic-like behavior
UC Riverside-led study shows maternal transfer of PBDEs causes brain changes in female mice offspring
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Learning more than ever, faster than ever, about what we breathe
Nobody is currently taking continuous, routine measurements of the particles suspended in America’s air, called aerosols. That is set to change as a new, nationwide monitoring network launches with a site in Riverside, California. 
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A Message from Dean Kathryn Uhrich

From its roots in agricultural research, the College continues to expand its scientific reach with a number of internationally ranked programs addressing the most pressing scientific questions of our time …

 

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UCR scientists make 2021 'Highly Cited' list
This year, UC Riverside is home to eight of influential individuals included in Clarivate Analytics' Highly Cited Researchers list.
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American Mathematical Society welcomes UCR professor as fellow
Hard work adds up
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UC Riverside receives $7.3 million to support graduate students in areas of national need
Eight Graduate Assistance in Areas of National Need grants totaling $7.3 million will support talented students with financial need
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Department of Energy renews quantum condensed matter grant to physicist
The Basic Energy Sciences program of the U.S. Department of Energy has renewed a grant to Michael Mulligan, an assistant professor of physics and astronomy. The three-year grant of $370,000 will support research by Mulligan and UCR graduate students in quantum condensed matter theory.
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