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Sniffing Out Alien Life: Stinky Chemicals May Be Key
If Professor Hubert Farnsworth's "Smell-O-Scope" actually existed, astrobiologists would have pointed it at dozens of alien planets by now.
Mon Sep 01, 2014
RiversideRIVERSIDE: School of Medicine, now optimistic for future, preps for coming years
Dr. Paul Lyons of the UC Riverside School of Medicine is shown here in August 2013, when the school's first class received their white coats.
West America Student Go Championship Launches
A new tournament for California students, the West America Student Go Championship, is being organized by Clement Wong of the UC Riverside Go Club, and Yunxuan Li of the Diamond Bar High School Go Club.
Sat Aug 30, 2014
National Public Radio
How Are Different Asian-American Groups Faring Economically?
The United States Department of Labor recently published a report with a detailed breakdown of the different economic outcomes that various Asian-Americans and Pacific Islanders have faced.
Fri Aug 29, 2014
UVU cross-country: Wolverine men look to win another WAC championship, women seek first WAC title
UVU juniors Trac Norris and Chris Brower run past their competitors. They look to lead the Wolverines to their second straight WAC Cross-Country Championship this fall.
Wed Aug 27, 2014
RIVERSIDE: Scientists dedicate themselves to keep legendary orange tree alive
Georgios Vidalakis, director of the Citrus Clonal Protection Program, sits July 8 inside a UC Riverside lab, where the DNA of the Parent Washington Navel Orange Tree can be tested.
The Daily Nexus
Changes in UCSB Health Insurance
Students with health insurance providers outside of a 30-mile radius around Student Health are now ineligible to waive Gaucho Health Insurance according to policy changes made earlier this year.
Tue Aug 26, 2014
Tracy and Matt's Blog
4 Simple Steps to a More Ergonomically Friendly Workplace
Back pain and other related symptoms are among the top 10 reasons workers visit a physician , according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Mon Aug 25, 2014
Think Twice Before Using Your Smartphone
He plays bass guitar, and rather well some say. He discovered Christianity for himself and reads biblical texts.
Los Angeles Times
UC campuses dominate top of Washington Monthly rankings
Four UC campuses -- San Diego, Riverside, Berkeley and Los Angeles -- placed in the top spots in annual "socially conscious" rankings of national universities being released Monday by Washington Monthly magazine.
Gmail Hackable by Android Apps
The researchers behind the study tested the hack on an Android phone, but say it can likely also affect devices using other operating systems.
Sun Aug 24, 2014
CSULB has responsibility to improve city, new president says
Jane Close Conoley is Cal State Long Beach's seventh president. She begins her first semester at the school this fall.
Sat Aug 23, 2014
Android security flaw leaves Gmail vulnerable to hackers
Security researchers have uncovered a major flaw in mobile operating systems which could give hackers easy access to personal information.
Fri Aug 22, 2014
Christian Science Monitor
App attacks: How can mobile users stay safe?
Noah Meloccaro, right, compares his older iPhone 4s to the new iPhone 5 held by Both Gatwech, outside the Apple Store in Omaha, Neb.
5 UC Riverside scientists among world's most influential scientific minds
This image shows clockwise from top left: UC Riverside's Roya Bahreini, Julia Bailey-Serres, Yadong Yin, Wei Ren, and Robert Haddon are among individuals, identified by Thomson Reuters, to have published... RIVERSIDE, Calif.
Cyber security experts find 92 percent successful Gmail hack
US SECURITY RESEARCHERS have found out how to hack Gmail with up to 92 percent success across the Android, Windows and iOS operating systems due to a vulnerability.
Thu Aug 21, 2014
Unequal Demands on Women for University Service Retard Careers
RIVERSIDE, Calif. - Women professors are asked to serve on university committees in such disproportionate numbers that they are deprived of research time that is essential for promotion and find their careers lagging behind their male colleagues as a result, according to University of California, Riverside sociologist Karen Pyke.
NBC Los Angeles
Above-Average Rain, But No Drought Relief for California
Above-average rainfall in late summer did little to improve drought conditions in California during a third-consecutive dry year, according to the latest U.S. Drought Monitor report.
Science Fiction Through Lens of Racial Inclusiveness
RIVERSIDE, Calif. - Generations of science fiction writers have envisioned futures marked by space travel, robots, and galactic empires.
Hacking Gmail with 92 percent success
UC Riverside assistant professor is among group that develops novel method to attack apps on Android, and likely other, operating systems A team of engineers have developed a method that allows them to successfully hack into apps up to 92 percent of the time.