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Megalodon illustration
The Megalodon was less mega than previously believed
A new study shows the Megalodon, a gigantic shark that went extinct 3.6 million years ago, was significantly more slender than earlier studies suggested.
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A person's arm is shown getting the vaccine
New vaccine design uses immunity against influenza to offer faster protection against emerging pathogens
Strategy developed by UC Riverside-led research team speeds up production of antibodies against COVID-19
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plant and cell cross section
Keys to aging hidden in the leaves
Scientists have known about a particular organelle in plant cells for over a century. However, UCR scientists have only now discovered that organelle’s key role in aging.
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Morris Maduro and Gina Broitman-Maduro
The early bird (or scientist) gets the worm
UC Riverside research on nematodes secures $1.3M NSF funding
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