Successful trapping of electrons could lead to new quantum computing architectures
UC Riverside-led study focuses on the oncoprotein MYC
UC Riverside scientists David Nikom and Sika Zheng explain in a timely review
How do living systems establish themselves and work so well? This is a question UC Riverside physicists Nathaniel M. Gabor and Jed Kistner-Morris , as well as scholarly writing expert Benjamin W. Stewart explore in an article they published in this month’s issue of Physics Today, a magazine of the American Institute of Physics. The trio zero in on...
Manual can help debug and design nanomagnet devices
An estimated 326,000 to 580,000 individuals experience sheltered homelessness in the United States each night, putting them at risk for depression, anxiety, serious mental illness, substance use, and physical health problems. Nonetheless, little is known about their treatment needs, particularly of community-dwelling unhoused individuals living...
The study uses bioarchaeological data to trace the impact of climate change over the past 5,000 years
UC Riverside-led study focused on African Americans living in Jackson, Mississippi
Students and young adults are especially attracted to e-cigarettes with appealing flavors
Collaboration to enhance conservation goals
UC Riverside-led study shows robust spin transport at antiferromagnet/ferromagnet interfaces
Discovery can help understand interactions among electrons in two dimensions for engineering new electronic devices, says UC Riverside physicist
More spatial dimensions can facilitate the collapse of gas, UC Riverside study finds
Meta-analysis paper calls for targeted public health initiatives to address the crisis
Protoclusters are extended clumps of material that can eventually form today’s galaxy clusters. In a paper published in Nature , a research team, including UC Riverside physicist Simeon Bird and his graduate student Mahdi Qezlou , reports it has identified protoclusters using a new technique that differs from earlier methods by identifying clumps...
UC Riverside research provides information on chemistry occurring during and post vaping
A pilot study found statistically significant vocabulary gains for students with mild to moderate autism symptom severity.