Content Tagged with: Office of Research and Economic Development

UCR joins IRIS as consortium’s first minority-serving institution

UC Riverside recently became a member of the Institute for Research on Innovation and Science or IRIS, a consortium of America’s leading higher educational institutions focused on using administrative data to demonstrate the public value of research and higher education. With more than $300 million in grants and contracts — a number that has nearly...

By University Communications |

UC Riverside enters collaboration with GALT to advance microbiome research

Five research projects will use the company’s high-throughput microbial isolation and cultivation system

By Holly Ober |

UC Riverside student-led startup vies for $25,000 in national pitch competition

Saru Recycling will compete in LaunchPad’s annual competition at Startup Grind’s Global Conference

By Holly Ober |

UC Riverside Life Sciences Incubator goes live

Drug delivery and genomic sequencing startups are the first tenants

By Holly Ober |

New vice chancellor discusses his passion for research

Rodolfo Torres studied to be a mathematician, but he’s long been curious about different disciplines, finding ways to explore mathematical theories in other areas such as biology and engineering. “At some point, you think, `There are so many different things to research,’” said Torres, who took over as UC Riverside’s vice chancellor of Research and...

By Imran Ghori |

Blackstone LaunchPad lands at UC Riverside

A series of campus programs for undergraduates including workshops, networking events, and one-on-one mentoring will start this fall

By Holly Ober |

New lab is California’s best defense against deadly citrus disease

California citrus growers and UC Riverside joined forces to combat Huanglongbing

By Holly Ober |

UC Riverside Startup Receives National Science Foundation Grant

BEAM-CA, LLC has been awarded a National Science Foundation (NSF) Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase I grant for $149,000 to conduct research and development work on a novel type of sensitive, robust magnetometer that operates at room temperature

By Holly Ober |