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  1. Conference on clinical nutrition addresses timely topicsRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | EurekAlert!

    Are insects the key to assuring food security? Is gluten sensitivity a new epidemic or a current craze? Join the American Society for Nutrition on December 4-6 for insight at the fifth annual Advances and Controversies in Clinical Nutrition conference in Long Beach, CA. The 3-day program delivers valuable clinical updates and networking opportunities to advance your understanding of hotly debated nutrition areas.


  2. Boron Ring Takes Aromaticity To A New LowRead the original story

    4 hrs ago | Chemical & Engineering News

    By virtue of synthesizing a stable B3 ring, a team of inorganic chemists has prepared the smallest and lightest aromatic species that is experimentally possible. In addition to helping researchers better understand chemical structure and bonding, the sandwich molecule the team made containing two B3 rings connected by sodium ions could serve a practical purpose as the first of a family of precursor compounds for preparing semiconducting, superconducting, and magnetic materials.


  3. ALEXANDER: Riverside Sport Hall of Fame back on the radarRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | The Press-Enterprise

    ... support. He'll be joined by Olympic gold medalist Joanna Hayes, former big league second baseman Adam Kennedy, UC Riverside volleyball coaching legend Sue Gozansky, former RCC and San Diego State football star Leon Parma and volunteer/philanthropist ...


  4. Cal Women's Basketball Weekend Recap: Bears Bring the RainRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | California Golden Blogs

    Cal Women's Basketball had a very successful weekend against UC Riverside and Cal Poly. Let's take a look at the highlights from the weekend, mainly the 3-point bonanza against the Mustangs from San Luis Obispo.


  5. More Indispensables for Those with Chronic Pain and IllnessRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Psychology Today

    This is a follow-up to my last piece, " 10 Indispensables for Those with Chronic Pain and Illness ." As I said at the end of that piece, I was out of space but had more indispensables.


  6. Professor's explanation of why we shouldn't paint all Muslims...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The Coastal Courier

    The Paris attacks have caused some critics to make some sweeping generalizations about Muslims and violence. This video explains why they shouldn't.


  7. Electrical chip removes nanoparticles from bloodRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Medical News Today

    Engineers have developed chip-based technology that uses an oscillating electrical field to quickly and easily isolate nanoparticles from blood. This lab set up shows the chip being used to separate nanoparticles from a drop of blood plasma.


  8. Sydney Wiese was on FIRE, leads #7 Beavers past UCRRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Swish Appeal

    Gill Coliseum was filled today as the Oregon State Beavers took on UC Riverside at home, defeating the Highlanders 86-65. The first quarter started off strong as expected for Oregon State, as they went on a quick 9-0 run, with Ruth Hamblin doing a good job staying under the basket both offensively and defensively.


  9. No. 9 Oregon State beats UC Riverside 86-65Read the original story

    Sunday | Cybercast News Service

    Sydney Wiese had 22 points, nine rebounds and five assists to help No. 9 Oregon State beat UC Riverside 86-65 on Sunday.


  10. Big third quarter, stout defense push No. 9 Oregon State Beavers to 86-65 win over UC RiversideRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | The Oregonian

    Simone Decoud's UC Riverside teammate had her back turned to the baseline, but she fired the inbounds pass anyway. So it was an "easy snatch" for Sydney Wiese, who then pushed the ball into Oregon State's basket despite getting fouled.


  11. UTEP women's basketball: Strong Third Quarter Lifts UTEP over Hampton 78-54Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Miner Rush

    Starr Breedlove scored 15 of her 22 points in the third quarter including a 6-of-6 shooting performance in the second half, as UTEP clamped down on defense and owned the boards in the final twenty minutes to overwhelm Hampton 78-54. Jenzel Nash led all scorers with 23 points, and also added eight rebounds for UTEP who shot 50 percent in the second half.


  12. Strong Second Half Propels Oregon State to their Third WinRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Building The Dam

    It took a couple impressive scoring runs at the end of the second quarter and early in the third quarter for the Oregon State women's basketball team to take full control of the UC Riverside Highlanders . But in the end it is another "easy" win for the #7 Beavers, who defeat the Highlanders 86 to 65 and go to 3 to 0 in their early non-conference schedule.


  13. The Morning After: Lingering thoughts and observations following Oregon State's 52-7 loss to WashingtonRead the original story

    Sunday Nov 22 | The Oregonian

    The Oregonian/OregonLive Beavers beat reporters Gina Mizell and Danny Moran recap OSU's 52-7 loss to the Washington Huskies. This Morning After will be a bit abbreviated compared to others, as I'm covering the women's basketball game against UC Riverside this afternoon.


  14. Cultural Debate: Sombreros a a culture, not a costumeaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 20 | The Press-Enterprise

    ... itself, as much as the context in which it was presented, that triggered widespread outrage. Carlos Cortes, a UC Riverside professor emeritus of history and expert on minority stereotypes, declined to say whether he considered the sombrero an ...


  15. 'Dogs Host No. 22/20 George Washington on Monday...Read the original story

    Dec 6, 2014 | Fresno Bulldogs

    ... performances. The win was Fresno State's ninth win in its last 11 home openers. With an 86-68 defeat at UC Riverside, Fresno State dropped its season opener for the first time since 2012. The Bulldogs allowed 80-plus points only twice last season, ...


  16. BASKETBALL: UCR loses on basket in final secondsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 21 | The Press-Enterprise

    Devin Watson took the pass and looked up court, eyes wide when he saw his University of San Francisco teammate Tim Derksen breaking free. Watson launched the touchdown pass and Derksen pulled it in for a layup with 3.7 seconds left to give the Dons a 58-57 win over UC Riverside on Saturday night at Memorial Gymnasium.


  17. Habitat for Humanity worksRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 21 | The Press-Enterprise

    ... love where they live." Other volunteers came from Habitat for Humanity chapters at Ramona High School and UC Riverside. Funding for the project included a $25,000 grant from Lowe's for Habitat's Women Build Week program. Michalak referred to this as ...


  18. Watson, Derksen help San Francisco beat UC Riverside 58-57Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 21 | NewsOK.com

    Devin Watson hit four free throws in the final 43 seconds and hit Tim Derksen for a layup with 3.7 seconds left to lift San Francisco over UC Riverside 58-57 Saturday night. Watson made 14 of 16 free throws overall and finished with a career-high 27 points while Derksen had 11 points and a career-best 13 rebounds.


  19. College basketball: Top-ranked Tar Heels upsetRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 21 | The Campbell Reporter

    ... points from Matt Bohannon, whose 3-pointer with 2:51 left gave Northern Iowa (2-1) the lead for good. USF 58, UC Riverside 57: Devin Watson hit four free throws in the final 43 seconds and hit Tim Derksen for a layup with 3.7 seconds left to lift ...


  20. A whiff from blue-green algae gave oxygen to EarthRead the original story

    Friday Nov 20 | Newkerala.com

    Toronto/Washington, Nov 21 : Oxygen on Earth emerged in whiffs from a kind of blue-green algae in shallow oceans around 2.5 billion years ago, helping the origin of life with enough oxygen around to inhale, shows significant research from Canadian and US scientists. These whiffs of oxygen likely happened in the following 100 million years, changing the levels of oxygen in Earth's atmosphere until enough accumulated to create a permanently oxygenated atmosphere around 2.4 billion years ago - a transition widely known as the "Great Oxidation Event".