10/1/2023 – SPACE tomatoes in National Geographic print issue

7/6/2023 – Robert quoted in Forbes

Farms Of The Future Will Grow Food While Restoring The Environment: Here’s How by Juergen Eckhardt

6/12/2023 – Marcus and Andres quoted in Scientific American

Space Farmers of the Future May Grow Fungi, Flies and Microgreens by Allison Parshall

6/8/2023 – Robert and our artifical photosynthesis work featured in Science

Let There Be Dark – Crops grown without sunlight could help feed astronauts bound for Mars, and someday supplement dinner plates on Earth by Robert F. Service

6/2/2023 – Annie and Robert interviewed by World News Group

Next-level astronaut food NASA’s Deep Space Food Challenge winners push culinary innovation to its limits by Heather Frank

4/30/2023 – Lab Hike to Mt. Rubidoux

8/2/2022 – Our Nature Food publication covered by National Geographic

Can food crops grow in the dark? Scientists are working out how. by Madeleine Stone

7/4/2022 – Nature Food publication covered by Wired

Scientists Are Trying to Grow Crops in the Dark by Matt Reynolds

7/22/2021 – Robert interviewed by Urban Ag News

Will Tomatoes Be The Next Big Commercial Crop For Vertical Farms? by David Kuack

7/7/2021 – Robert interviewed on NPR

Robert discusses the lab’s work on indoor and space agriculture with Lillian Vasquez at KVCR

5/24/2021 –  UCR news story on SPACE tomato projects

“Tiny tomatoes could mean big profits for urban agriculture” by Holly Ober

4/21/2020 – Erika interviewed on Eco Chic podcast

Undergraduate researcher Erika Nguyen discusses her work coral-algae symbiosis on the Eco Chic podcast

Group photo Fall 2019

UCR CEE Department promotional video featuring Jinkerson Lab members

4/25/2019 –  UCR news story on TRISH SPACE tomato project

“Astronauts Might Soon Grow Space Tomatoes” by Holly Ober