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New book shares real-world applications and trends in smart grid sensors and data analytics

Engineers in academia or in industry with an interest in power grid modernization can learn the latest about sensor technologies and innovative use cases of various sensor data in a new book. Smart Grid Sensors: Principles and Applications (Cambridge University...

Center for Environmental Research and Technology (CE-CERT) hosts 30th anniversary celebration

On Friday, April 15, the Center for Environmental Research and Technology (CE-CERT), one of the Marlan and Rosemary Bourns College of Engineering's nine world-class research centers, celebrated its 30th year anniversary of research and achievements at the University of California...

BCOE celebrates Professor Emeritus Thomas H. Payne’s 80th birthday

The Marlan and Rosemary Bourns College of Engineering (BCOE) celebrated Professor Emeritus Thomas H. Payne’s 80th birthday and 55 years of service to the University of California, Riverside (UCR) on Saturday, April 2. Payne played a significant role in developing...

The U.S. Department of Energy, General Motors and MathWorks Announce University of California, Riverside Selected to Participate in the EcoCAR EV Challenge

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), General Motors and MathWorks announced the 15 North American universities and the 2023 Cadillac LYRIQ as the vehicle selected for the EcoCAR EV Challenge, the next DOE-sponsored Advanced Vehicle Technology Competition (AVTC) set to...

Bioengineering student Queenie Xu researches a “window to the brain” through UC LEADS  

Queenie Xu, a third-year bioengineering student at the University of California, Riverside, is an example of a student who explores multiple opportunities and has a lot of experience in her field of study through multiple research projects, internships, and organizations...

Mechanical engineering student Ani Tangirala prepares student organization vehicle for national competition and excels in internships

Third-year Mechanical Engineering student Anirudh Tangirala is an Aerodynamics lead for Highlander Racing, FSAE, interned at Chenbro Micom, and and wil be interning at Howmet Aerospace.

Engineering’s Online Master’s Program adds two new specialization options: Mobility Engineering and Engineering Management

The Mobility Engineering program is the first of its kind in the University of California system and on the West Coast.

Computer science alumni launch Engineers for Good to help international nonprofits with software development and mentor current BCOE students

With help from alumni, Jeremy Woo-Sam ‘87 and Jeff Zamora ‘88, and the UCR Foundation Board of Trustees Student Support Match Challenge, the Marlan and Rosemary Bourns College of Engineering launched “Engineers for Good (EFG),” earlier this year.

Five UC Riverside engineering programs move up in 2023 U.S. News Rankings

Among both public and private universities, Chemical and Environmental Engineering moved up four spots to No. 48, Electrical and Computer Engineering moved up three spots to No. 63, Mechanical Engineering moved up two spots to No. 75, Materials Science and...

Mechanical engineering professor awarded highest honor from The Engineers’ Council

Professor of Mechanical Engineering Cengiz Ozkan from the Marlan and Rosemary Bourns College of Engineering was awarded the William B. Johnson International Founders Award, the highest award given to an academician by the Engineers’ Council. Ozkan received the award in...

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Heejung Jung

Heejung Jung has been named a Fellow of the Society of Automotive Engineers, or SAE, in recognition of his expertise and work in vehicle emissions for new emissions standards and new emissions measurement methods.

Heejung Jung named SAE Fellow
Heejung Jung has been named a Fellow of the Society of Automotive Engineers, or SAE, in recognition of his expertise and work in vehicle emissions for new emissions standards and new emissions measurement methods.
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Green algae growing in flasks in a laboratory.

The discovery will improve biofuel production from algae and help develop heat-tolerant crops.

Insights from algae genes unlock mysteries of plant growth and health
The discovery will improve biofuel production from algae and help develop heat-tolerant crops.
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Chocolate drops covered with colorful candy nonpareils alongside pharmaceutical capsules also coated with the candy

Colorful nonpareils can uniquely identify drug capsules and counterfeit fashions

Candy-coated pills could prevent pharmaceutical fraud
Colorful nonpareils can uniquely identify drug capsules and counterfeit fashions
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An aerial view of a dairy farm in Southern California

Accurate atmospheric measurements directly over their farm can help farmers fight climate change

How drones can help dairy farms manage methane emissions
Accurate atmospheric measurements directly over their farm can help farmers fight climate change
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A figure from a scientific paper showing an automated approach to detecting manipulated facial expressions in videos

Two-pronged technique detects manipulated facial expressions and identity swaps

New method detects deepfake videos with up to 99% accuracy
Two-pronged technique detects manipulated facial expressions and identity swaps
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Sea anemones form a symbiotic relationship with algae

Algae’s ability to establish symbiosis in coral without photosynthesis could help fight coral bleaching

Discovery about coral-algal symbiosis could help coral reefs recover after bleaching events
Algae’s ability to establish symbiosis in coral without photosynthesis could help fight coral bleaching
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Turmeric roots and powder

Magnetic hydrogels embedded with curcumin-coated nanoparticles promote the secretion of vascular endothelial growth factor

Turmeric compound helps grow engineered blood vessels and tissues
Magnetic hydrogels embedded with curcumin-coated nanoparticles promote the secretion of vascular endothelial growth factor
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A student works with a small blue robot they built

The new major complements a robotics master’s degree unveiled in 2021

UCR now offers a bachelor’s degree in robotics engineering
The new major complements a robotics master’s degree unveiled in 2021
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Middle school girls watch a robot they made at a UC Riverside summer robotics camp

Underrepresented students will participate in carefully designed summer research and educational activities at UC Riverside

UC Riverside program for high school students aims to diversify STEM workforce
Underrepresented students will participate in carefully designed summer research and educational activities at UC Riverside
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UC Riverside's Graduate Division winner, Claire Whitaker on March 3, 2022. (UCR/Stan Lim)

UC Riverside’s winner, Claire Whitaker, moves onto the UC-level competition in May.

Fruit fungus for the win at Grad Slam
UC Riverside’s winner, Claire Whitaker, moves onto the UC-level competition in May.
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