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Large number of dwarf galaxies discovered in the early universe UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA RIVERSIDE 11/25/16 Astronomy Now Massive cluster of galaxies Abell 1689 creates a strong gravitational effect on background and older galaxies, bending and distorting their images into arcs of light: NASA, ESA, B. Siana, and A. Alavi.

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Researchers make graphene magnetic, clearing the way for faster everything - Scientists from the University of California, Riverside have successfully created graphene that has magnetic properties. | ExtremeTech

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Newspaper report from the Sacramento Daily Record-Union, 26th April 1882. California Digital Newspaper Collection, Center for Bibliographic Studies and Research, University of California, Riverside

from Mail Online

Professor found to have no evidence of her Indian heritage

Called out: Andrea Smith, a noted scholar in Native American studies at the University of California, Riverside, has been criticized because she has allegedly produced phony links to her background to enhance her academic pedigree

The mystery ship. The back of the picture only says "Palestine" and "WX25115" Credit: Keystone-Mast Collection, California Museum of Photography at UCR ARTSblock, University of California, Riverside)

Original caption: "A Bazaar in Jerusalem" (Credit: Keystone-Mast Collection, California Museum of Photography at UCR ARTSblock, University of California, Riverside)

Researchers from the University of California, Riverside have created a rewritable ‘paper’ that uses dyes which respond to UV light, posing a possible solution to the environmental problems associated with ordinary paper. Click through to read more

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Art

Photograph by Ansel Adams, made for the centennial of the University of California.<BR> Made from scan of original negative [1987.0027.6.UCD.7.12] in the collection of UCR/California Museum of Photography.<br> Sweeney/Rubin Ansel Adams Fiat Lux Collection UCR/California Museum of Photography, University of California, Riverside.

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Why do mosquitoes go for ankles? It could be because your FEET smell

Researchers from the University of California Riverside discovered female mosquitoes use sensors around their mouths to detect human odours