UCR In the News
Richard Carpiano, medical sociologist, says messages that downplay the significance of the pandemic feed into problems with vaccination uptake.
Brandon Brown, associate professor in the School of Medicine, argues that people leading scientific studies should prepare for unexpected death.
Kalina Michalska, assistant professor of psychology, discusses what it means to return to "normalcy" after more than a year of isolation.
Seema K. Tiwari-Woodruff, professor of biomedical sciences, says drugs that protect or regrow myelin are needed to reverse the course of Multiple Sclerosis.
Jinyong Liu, an assistant professor of chemical and environmental engineering, and Changxu Ren, a doctoral student, have developed a way to simplify and destroy perchlorate, a dangerous chemical on Earth and Mars.
Psychologists Misaki Natsuaki and Tuppett M. Yates co-authored a study about the psychological effects of acne among adolescents, particularly on females with darker skin.
Jade S. Sasser, associate professor of gender and sexuality studies, argues that it’s time to stop blaming overpopulation for environmental woes and start looking at resource consumption and toxic exposure as population growth and fertility rates show downward trends.
New work from Michael Zachariah, a professor of chemical engineering and material science, and Pankaj Ghildiyal, a PhD student in Zachariah’s lab, could make it easier to build the exact particles engineers want, for uses in just about anything.
New research led by environmental and chemical engineers Jinyong Liu and Changxu Ren has identified a relatively simple catalyst that can remove perchlorates, which can cause thyroid problems. The discovery could help future Martian settlers, and reduce water and soil pollution here on Earth too.
Donatella Galella, associate professor of theatre, film and digital production, was quoted in the New York times for the article "The Cost of Being an 'Interchangeable Asian.'"
Planetary scientist Stephen Kane is a key participant in NASA's newly announced missions to Venus.
New research from Flip Tanedo, assistant professor of physics and astronomy, suggests that dark matter could be explained by a fifth fundamental force.
Astrobiologist Stephen Kane and planetary science graduate student Colby Ostberg will play important roles in NASA's newly announced missions to Venus.
Kalina Michalska, a developmental neuroscientist and assistant professor in the Department of Psychology, comments on the idea promoted by productivity gurus that we get our best work done with about four or five hours of focus a day.
Americans with medical debt are more likely to skip needed care than people who hold other types of debt, like outstanding credit card bills or student loans, according to a 2013 study by Lucie Kalousova, an assistant professor of sociology.
Riverside holds a pioneering role in Korean American history, according to the research of Edward Chang, a professor of ethnic studies and founding director of UCR's Young Oak Kim Center for Korean American Studies.
Southern California News Columnist David Allen writes about Edward Chang, professor of ethnic studies and founding director of the Young Oak Kim Center for Korean American Studies.
Robert Jinkerson, an assistant professor of chemical and environmental engineering, is engineering the size and nutritional value of tomato plants to increase the diversity and value of crops that can be grown in urban controlled environment agriculture.
Karthick Ramakrishnan, a professor of public policy and political science, says you can't talk about California without talking about the Asian American Pacific Islander population because their contributions are so visible throughout the state.
Richard Carpiano, a public health scientist and medical sociologist, says we should celebrate the fact that to date, a solid majority of Californians 12 and older — 62.5% — have had at least one vaccine shot.