College of Natural and Agricultural Sciences Latest News
Successful trapping of electrons could lead to new quantum computing architectures
A new astronomy course at UC Riverside offers undergraduates hands-on use of a telescope
UC Riverside’s Evolution, Ecology and Organismal Biology department is one of the recipients of the University of California Advancing Faculty Diversity Program awards for the 2023-24 academic year. The program provides support to increase UC’s faculty diversity efforts. Eight grants, totaling about $2.6 million, were awarded. The Advancing Faculty...
Xilin Liang is stationed at Brookhaven National Lab
UC Riverside-led study focuses on the oncoprotein MYC
Colorful illustration promotes the outdoors and sustainable ways to get around campus.
Consortium will work on accelerating novel regenerative medicine therapies
Lyons to research growing global issue of shrinking lakes
Sean Preins and Peter Carney won two of only three awards given at the 2023 Electron-Ion Collider User Group meeting
NSF funding will support education and training of students at both institutions
Ten times larger than LIGO, Cosmic Explorer will push gravitational-wave astronomy to the edge of the observable universe
Findings aim to inform regulatory policies at the state and national levels
Students and postdoctoral researchers at UC Riverside will be trained to use the magnetometer
Eight UC Riverside faculty members have been awarded prestigious National Science Foundation CAREER Awards to support research in areas ranging from sustainability to mental health outcomes of young Latinas. The awards support early career faculty who demonstrate the potential to serve as academic role models and advance their organization’s...
Grant to help enable safe use of recycled water for farming
Dear Campus Community, Kathryn Uhrich, the longest serving Dean of the College of Natural and Agricultural Sciences (CNAS) in 40 years, is stepping down effective September 1, 2023. Dean Uhrich was appointed in January 2016. For the past seven and a half years, she has remained steadfastly committed to the pursuit of equity and excellence in...
Last year, UC Riverside scientists Shane Cybart and Ludwig Bartels and colleagues at UC Irvine received $5 million from the U.S. Department of Energy , or DOE, to team up with Sandia National Laboratory in Albuquerque, New Mexico, in building a diverse educational pipeline in the field of microelectronics. Developing expertise and infrastructure in...
The UC Riverside Botanic Gardens has seen an outpouring of support following break-ins that resulted in the loss of thousands of dollars in equipment. Supporters have asked how they can donate money and equipment, and volunteer to help, after Botanic Gardens Director Jodie Holt posted on social media about burglaries that occurred Friday evening...