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2011-04-26 14:46:17

UC Riverside study finds that managers’ conceptions of employees can be self-fulfilling prophecies that affect job satisfaction, relationships and trust.

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2011-04-13 09:27:24

'KinnowLS' is university's eighth citrus variety developed in past 10 years.

2011-04-08 15:35:25

With the Easter holiday season coming up soon, egg consumption is expected to rise temporarily.

2011-03-11 16:59:33

UC Riverside study of longevity unearths surprising answers.

2011-02-17 13:01:53

UC Riverside study finds that Asian Americans are not viewed as ideal leaders.

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2011-02-17 05:40:00

Geologists in Iceland discovered a big surprise while drilling an exploratory geothermal well in 2009 in the Krafla volcano: the presence of underground lava, known as magma, flowing into the well at a depth of 6,900 feet.

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2011-02-08 08:50:00

Ever wonder how much fuel you can save by avoiding stop-and-go traffic, closing your window, not using air conditioning or coasting toward stops?

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2011-01-06 08:24:08

Persistent lack of oxygen in Earth's oceans affected animal evolution.

2010-12-01 22:27:17

A recently released report co-written by a University of California, Riverside professor argues that more attention needs to be placed on finances to increase the number of Latino students graduating in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) fields.

2010-10-18 21:47:29

Researchers at the UC Riverside Bourns College of Engineering have built and successfully tested an amplifier made from graphene that could lead to more efficient circuits in electronic chips, such as those used in Bluetooth headsets and toll collection devices in cars.


Word of the Day
dwale
  • The deadly nightshade, Atropa Belladonna, which possesses stupefying or poisonous properties.
  • A sleeping-potion; a soporific.
  • To mutter deliriously.
The word 'dwale' comes from an Old English word meaning 'error, doubt, delusion.'
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