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A piece of glass tubing bend like a tuning fork is used to measure dissolution of time release drugs
Simple new testing method aims to improve time-release drugs
Glass tuning-fork-shaped tubing gives accurate, continuous measurements of drug dissolution
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Cengiz Ozkan
Cengiz Ozkan receives Turkey’s highest scientific award
The TUBITAK Scientific Research Award is given for pioneering accomplishments
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Base model for an agricultural robot that will collect leaves and test them for moisture to determine when to irrigate
A robot that tells growers when to water crops is on the way
Researchers are creating an autonomous mobile robot to sample leaves and measure their water potential
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Two BCOE professors rise in research prestige with 50,000 citations
The Marlan and Rosemary Bourns College of Engineering (BCOE) is on the rise – and two BCOE faculty have recently broken new records at the college. Alexander Balandin, distinguished professor of electrical and computer engineering and founding chair of the Department of Materials Science and Engineering, has recently surpassed 50,000 citations of his research publications with expertise on nanoscale materials, devices and circuits. Eamonn Keogh, professor of computer science and engineering, has achieved the same benchmark for his work on databases, data mining and artificial intelligence
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Third annual BCOE Match Challenge raises $78,000 for professional student organizations
The third annual BCOE Match Challenge at the Marlan and Rosemary Bourns College of Engineering (BCOE) raised $78,000 for the Dean’s Innovation Fund, which will provide direct support for 14 of the college’s professional student organizations.
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Illustration signifying hacked password by Santeri Viinamäki on Wikimedia Commons
SourceFinder software stalks malware in the wild
UC Riverside computer scientists develop tool to locate malware source code repositories
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Computer science professors secure $1.2 million NSF grant to improve data analysis of social media, autonomous vehicles and smart-home devices
Through novel research methods, the project will apply retrospective as well as interactive analyses on data collected from social networks, online communities, autonomous vehicles, smart-home devices, and wearable sensors.
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Pirate flag on laptop  screen by Michael Geiger on Unsplash
DNS cache poisoning ready for a comeback
Derandomizing the source port enables attacks that work on all layers of DNS caches
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Iron fillings organized around the north and south poles of a magnet
Switching magnetic polarity at record speed
Researchers develop way to use magnetic materials for data storage that is 50 times faster than previous attempts
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Alex Khitun
Electro-magnetic capacitors could eventually rival gasoline for energy storage
Incorporating a magnetic field could help capacitors store more energy without breaking down
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Guillermo Aguilar
Mechanical engineering chair named ASME fellow
Guillermo Aguilar has joined the American Society of Mechanical Engineers’ 2020 class of fellows
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UC Riverside launches data science major
UCR has launched a new Data Science major, an intercollegiate partnership between the Department of Computer Science and Engineering in the Marlan and Rosemary Bourns College of Engineering and the Department of Statistics in the College of Natural and Agricultural Sciences.
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