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Air polluting smokestack
Is it feasible to remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere?
A UC Riverside engineer discusses direct air capture
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UCR engineering and business students spearhead inaugural UC Riverside Aerospace Conference
More than 50 students, faculty and staff collaborated across UC Riverside to host the inaugural annual UC Riverside Aerospace Conference on Saturday, April 17 with more than 250 student attendees.
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Luat Vuong
Luat Vuong receives DARPA Director’s Fellowship of the Young Faculty Award Program
Vuong’s unique image processing technology combines arthropod-inspired vision system and artificial intelligence algorithms
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Two happy elderly women
Study of perception and memory in older adults will improve understanding of dementias
UC Riverside scientists will use a $2 million NIH grant to study the brain’s locus coeruleus
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Two glasses of water with flowers floating in them by Camille Brodard on Unsplash
A new water treatment technology could also help Mars explorers
A catalyst that destroys perchlorate in water could clean Martian soil
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Aerial view looking northeast from the UC Riverside campus.
Poor air quality and warehouses linked to Inland Empire Covid-19 inequities
UC Riverside professors call for intersectional approach to Covid-19 exposure interventions
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$79,000 raised for Professor Emeritus Tom Payne’s 79th birthday
The Thomas H. Payne Scholarship in Computer Science, which supports undergraduate students in computer science, has grown to $79,079, just in time for Professor Payne's 79th birthday.
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a soft robot made at UCR
UC Riverside offers UC system's first master's degree in robotics
Algorithmic bias is one problem the program will tackle
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Miniature tomatoes for growing on the International Space Station
Tiny tomatoes could mean big profits for urban agriculture
Grants support continued development of tomatoes for vertical farming
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chemotherapy drugs for cancer treatment
Implantable piezoelectric polymer improves controlled release of drugs
Repeated tests showed a similar amount of drug release per activation, confirming robust control of release rate
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Bourns Science and Engineering Day expands STEM outreach to include school districts in Orange County and Los Angeles County
Each year, the Society of Women Engineers (SWE), one of the Marlan and Rosemary Bourns College of Engineering’s (BCOE) more than 20 professional student organizations, hosts Bourns Science and Engineering Day (BSED), formerly called Bourns Engineering Day, a community outreach event introducing STEM to local K-12 students through activities, speakers and lessons. Despite this year’s event moving completely online for the first time, due to the remote setting, many more schools were able to attend in addition to typical attendees from Riverside Unified School District. Students and teachers
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UCR computer scientist earns NSF CAREER award to combat online misinformation and unlock the mystery of black holes
Assistant professor of computer science Evangelos Papalexakis has been awarded the prestigious National Science Foundation (NSF) CAREER Award on autonomous tensor analysis towards actionable insights from raw multi-aspect data, with applications for detecting misinformation online and detecting gravitational waves.
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