Kent Hymel, a UC Irvine doctoral candidate in economics, found that sluggish commutes – usually indicative of high employment levels – lead to slowed job growth.
Month: January 2009
As a brain imaging researcher who studies schizophrenia, Dr. Steven Potkin saw a large problem limiting growth in his field and the potential for new clinical treatments.
Women who smoke are three times more likely to develop cervical cancer, and UC Irvine scientists recently discovered the biological link.
UC Irvine opens its second clean room suitable for producing microdevices with organic material.
UCI has been named one of the “Best Value Colleges for 2009” by The Princeton Review. The list salutes 50…
UC Irvine alumnus Nick Scandone ’90, who became a world champion sailor while battling Lou Gehrig’s disease, died in his…
A new study co-authored by UC Irvine economics professor David Neumark (pictured), finds that California’s Enterprise Zone Program has no…
Losing your job or doing jail time can affect how people perceive your racial background, according to a recent study co-authored by Andrew Penner, UC Irvine sociology assistant professor.
Neurobiologist Frank LaFerla is taking the reins of the UC Irvine Institute for Brain Aging & Dementia, hoping to boost clinical offerings and move forward with a new building dedicated to Alzheimer’s disease research.