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Students in Mona Eskandari's lab experimenting on pig lungs
Crimped or straight? Lung fiber shape influences elasticity
The shape and architecture of collagen and elastin fibers can improve our understanding of lung diseases, including the one associated with vaping
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Researcher Taheri’s paper chosen as AIP Journal Editor’s Pick
The American Institute of Physics Journal, Chaos chose electrical and computer engineering assistant research professor Hossein Taheri’s paper as the Editor’s Pick. His publication “Synchronization behavior in a ternary phase model” was cited as a source for the “Nonlinear dynamics used to examine the ternary model of laser phase mode locking” in the June 2019 issue.
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Cellular vision of a rice root - the green globes are nuclei
UC Riverside helps secure the future of food
If you’re eating fruits, nuts, grains, or vegetables in a few years, you’ll likely owe a debt of gratitude to UC Riverside. The university has created a program to transition today’s undergraduates into professional scientists solving tomorrow’s farming challenges. The program, called Plants-3D, will train students to discover, design, and deploy biology and engineering solutions to the projected problem of massive-scale food insecurity due to climate change. 
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