Content Tagged with: Research Blog

Study identifies toxic byproduct from vaping of vitamin E acetate

UC Riverside research provides information on chemistry occurring during and post vaping

By Iqbal Pittalwala |

Payment shapes research participation decisions

Study used data from a national survey of people living with HIV

By Iqbal Pittalwala |

Reading intervention strategy shows promise for students with autism

A pilot study found statistically significant vocabulary gains for students with mild to moderate autism symptom severity.

By Holly Ober |

Novel interventions needed for healthy aging with HIV

Review paper identifies barriers faced by older people living with HIV

By Iqbal Pittalwala |

Lack of diversity found in highest level of leadership within medical education communities

UC Riverside medical student looked at the specialty, race/ethnicity, and gender of medical school deans in 2019

By Iqbal Pittalwala |

How do diasporic Ethiopians make their futures in Southern California?

Anthropologist Worku Nida and a team of international scholars have just launched an ethnographic study of how Ethiopian immigrants make their futures and good life through informal savings and insurance associations

By Holly Ober |

Educating lawmakers about ways to diversify California’s teacher workforce

Education professor Thomas Smith helped present a policy brief to legislature staffers

By Holly Ober |

What do bullous dermatoses have to do with depression?

UC Riverside medical student Yasmin Gutierrez joins a research team to explore the question

By Iqbal Pittalwala |

Electronic cigarette chemicals can damage and inflame human skin

UC Riverside-led research has implications for vape shops

By Iqbal Pittalwala |

Use of pure menthol instead of mint oil in e-cigarette fluids may reduce cancer risk

UC Riverside study compared three classes of chemicals in Puff and JUUL e-cigarette fluids

By Iqbal Pittalwala |

Can this rare type of ultraviolet light destroy PFAS “forever chemicals” in water?

UC Riverside engineers received a $400,000 NSF grant to find out

By Holly Ober |

Multimodal sensing and learning project receives Air Force Office of Scientific Research grant

Salman Asif will develop a new framework to co-design sensing and learning algorithms to capture and efficiently process only the most essential data

By Holly Ober |

Work to improve event-based programming receives $1.2 million grant

UC Riverside and New Jersey Institute of Technology split funds to work on the joint project

By Holly Ober |

Grant supports development of diesel smoke-scrubbing device for marine vehicles

Marine diesel engines spew excessive particulate matter due to absence of proper control technology and less stringent rules

By Holly Ober |

Psychology professor speaks on Victory Podcast

Thomas Sy discusses leadership and his colorful life experiences

By Holly Ober |

More than 50% of people with advanced MS report being mistreated

UC Riverside-led study is first to extensively examine caregiver mistreatment of American adults with multiple sclerosis

By Iqbal Pittalwala |

Will Brillouin spectroscopy become as indispensable for science as Raman spectroscopy?

Review paper identifies new twists and turns in light scattering spectroscopy

By Holly Ober |

Study evaluates Inland Empire transgender and gender nonconforming patients’ experiences

UC Riverside partnered with the Transgender Health and Wellness Center to conduct focus groups about patient experiences

By Iqbal Pittalwala |

Scientists publish perspective on boosting stem cell immunity to viruses

Shou-wei Ding and Shabihah Shahrudin weigh in on research that could improve antiviral siRNA therapeutics

By Iqbal Pittalwala |

Ultrasound mind reading machine could improve assistive robotics

Less invasive interface maps brain activity to predict movements

By Holly Ober |