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The University of California announced today (July 22) that it has offered an all-time record number of incoming students a spot on at least one of its nine undergraduate campuses for the 2019-20 academic year.
About half of the state's private sector employees ages 25 to 64 don’t have dedicated retirement assets, a new brief says.
In 20 moves, the artificial intelligence can solve a puzzle that keeps people busy for hours (or days ... or months ... )
View our 12th annual assessment of the university's progress in meeting key teaching, research and public service goals across our 10 campuses.
UC Riverside research on mouse neural stem cells has implications for nicotine use.
Fifty years after the Apollo 11 moon walk, a vexillologist looks at the challenge of planting the flag on the moon.
She will be one of 10 women honored for changing the course of history.
Recipients from seven campuses and two UC-affiliated national labs are selected for their innovative work and leadership.
UC Riverside plans a tiny wasp counterattack.
No fad diets. No superfoods. No shame.
Neural networks-based SpoilerNet is designed to catch online spoilers before they catch you off guard.
50 percent of treatments could have been avoided, researchers find.
Among the select few chosen by NASA to put a project on the moon, campus scientists now race to get ready.
The first-of-its-kind SEACoast center will work to protect some of the most diverse ecological zones in the world.
Dirt blindness? Some say it's why men spend less time than women cleaning. A new study says that's not so.
Waiting can cause anxiety for almost anyone, but a new study shows how awe can dispel its effects.
Bats' brains synchronize when they engage in social behaviors like grooming, fighting or sniffing each other.
Nearly 80 percent loss at some elevations shows the devastating consequences of abnormally dry conditions.
The project, supported by a $4M grant from the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, will be a vital part of the Human Cell Atlas.