Chemist Greg Weiss’ personal loss motivates major new scientific work by him and others.
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Southern California Public Radio, March 8, 2016 Newly naturalized Mexicans could spell trouble for the…
First-generation alumnus now works at U.S. Department of Education helping others like him
Coached by UCI students, middle school teams learn STEM skills by creating educational smartphone games
Information gained from tracking lysosymes’ disease-fighting processes could aid in early cancer detection.
Dr. David Kruse, medical director of UC Irvine’s Orthopaedic & Sports Medicine Center, sees first-hand when weekend warriors push themselves a little too far. He offers his insights on avoiding injury while still having fun this summer.
Professor Karen Rook studies relationships and how they affect one’s health and happiness. Her research has shed light on the psychological toll of loneliness on the elderly.
Though her studies on instant messaging, iTunes and even robotic vacuums might make some people LOL, alumna Rebecca Grinter has a serious quest: to understand the social impact of technology and improve human-computer interaction.
Dramatic readings of ancient Greek plays directed by UCI alumnus Bryan Doerries provide a forum for veterans recovering from post-traumatic stress — or “divine madness” — of modern-day combat.