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Portobello mushrooms could power your future phone

Engineers at the University of California at Riverside explore how batteries made with mushrooms could be cheaper to make and less prone to degrading over time.

By September 30, 2015


Diaper Detective smart pad senses dehydration, infection

Students at the University of California at Riverside have invented a cheap, easy and effective way to analyze urine in both infants and adults.

By September 10, 2014


These roofs can clean the air

Students at UC Riverside have created a cheap coating that can go on ordinary clay roofing tiles to bust smog.

By June 4, 2014


Can a simple app really give you superhero sight?

Researchers from the University of California at Riverside say playing their Ultimeyes game could dramatically increase your vision. Crave's Michael Franco goes eyeballs-on.

By February 19, 2014


New Facebook app designed to thwart hackers

A free app called MyPageKeeper designed by doctoral students at UC Riverside monitors your Facebook account for viruses, spam, and other types of malware.

By June 21, 2011


Graphene: Hot new material for cooling gadgets?

UC Riverside researchers explain how graphene, a material with strong heat-conducting properties, could move heat around in silicon chips to prevent damaging hot spots.

By May 11, 2010


Visually impaired photogs display mind-boggling shots

The shots recently displayed at University of California at Riverside are inspiring, considering that most photographers won't know where the camera lens is pointing.

By May 12, 2009


Savannah's offer: Free office space for game designers

Qualified video game developers can get up to a year of free rent in a riverside building in one of the South's most beautiful coastal cities.

By April 16, 2009


AT&T, start-up team in citywide Wi-Fi bid

AT&T and MetroFi have drafted a joint proposal to bid on the citywide Wi-Fi network being built in Riverside, Calif.

By July 21, 2006


California county sues state over e-vote ban

Riverside County teams up with groups representing the disabled to sue California's secretary of state for banning voting machines that help the disabled vote anonymously.

By May 7, 2004