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Read more about Eco-Driving Can Pay Off

The researchers from the Bourns College of Engineering developed and tested an “eco-routing” navigation system – which takes into account real-time traffic information, road type and road grade – on three routes around Riverside. Using road testing and computer simulations. They found that it can cut energy use by 51 percent.

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Read more about UCR is a Founding Member of the University Innovation Alliance

Chancellor Kim A. Wilcox is in Washington DC today because UC Riverside joins 10 other major public research universities and six national foundations to announce the University Innovation Alliance. The project will share best-practices in degree attainment programs for low-income and minority students. UCR is the only California-based institution included in the mix.

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Other News at UCR Today

The Diaper Detective

A team of engineering students develop inexpensive, versatile pad to detect medical problems in infants.

Free STEM Workshop for Teachers

Registration is now open for teachers in the Inland Empire who want to participate in the STEP Conference on October 15. Pam Clute is the facilitator.

Cyberbullying Increases As Students Grow Older

New wide-ranging study from the Graduate School of Education finds that cyberbullying increases as children age.

Constitution Day

Commemorate the birthday of our government and the legacy of the 39 delegates who signed the Constitution on Sept. 17, 1787.

Author Talk: Reza Azlan

“The Jesus of History & the Christ of Faith”
Monday, September 22
6:30 p.m.
Riverside Art Museum

Water and Our Future: What's it to You?

Randall Lewis Seminar Series
Thursday, September 25
5:30 p.m.
CE-CERT Building

Men's Soccer v. San Diego

UC Riverside Soccer Stadium
Thursday, September 18
7–9 p.m.

Women's Volleyball v. Hawai'i

Saturday, September 27
7–9:30 p.m.
SRC Arena

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