Digital resources have had a profound effect on both research productivity and teaching effectiveness. I marvel at how easy it is to remotely access any article I want through links provided by the university library system.

Steven G. Brint, distinguished professor of sociology and public policy, on the university library resources

CHRONICLE OF HIGHER EDUCATION

There are no potential (health) risks to the Oxitec genetically modified mosquitoes approach.

Thomas Miller, emeritus professor of entomology, on releasing genetically modified mosquitoes into the wild to reduce mosquito population

SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN

These business technologies have some limitations, and that is why offline shopping remains quite popular…Shopping is an experience, and typically people enjoy the process of shopping – walking in the store and touching and trying on the thing you want to buy…And, the minute you buy it, it is immediately yours. You don’t have to wait for it.

Rami Zwick, professor of marketing and senior associate dean for the School of Business Administration, on the competition between Black Friday and Cyber Monday

REDLANDS DAILY FACTS

The beauty of this paper is that you can connect with the plant using a portable device. We’re showing you can talk to a plant via infrared signal.

Juan Pablo Giraldo, assistant professor of plant physiology and assistant plant physiologist, on using plants to detect bombs

THE PRESS ENTERPRISE

Here you have a population that used to be solidly Republican, but they have either become Democrat if you look at the younger generation, or they’ve drifted away from the Republican Party.

Karthick Ramakrishnan, professor of public policy and political science, on the importance of Vietnamese voters

PRESS TELEGRAM

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