Month: April 2009

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Landmark children’s study kicks off

The National Children’s Study will begin recruiting future Orange County mothers for the largest and most comprehensive long-term study ever conducted in the United States on child development and health. UC Irvine researchers will lead the effort.

Shih Chieh Huang's EX-I-09 exhibit

Mechanical sculpture

Artist transforms electrical detritus into imaginary, evolving organisms in current Beall Center exhibit.

Men's volleyball sweeps aside top-ranked Pepperdine

The UC Irvine men’s volleyball team continues its march toward a second national championship in three years with a convincing…

Student groups go for the green

UC Irvine students want to foster a sustainable culture that moves beyond hemp bags and energy-efficient light bulbs.

On the air

Jon Wiener offers interviews, commentary during “The 4 O’Clock Report” on KPFK 90.7 FM

Doctoral student wins top melanoma research scholar award

Hsiang Ho, a biological chemistry doctoral student at UC Irvine, has received a 2008 Research Scholar Award from the Joanna…

Student group supports young stem cell researchers

Julie Harness studied many things – architecture, graphic design, marketing and psychology – before she found her niche in stem…

Ogunseitan named to state panel for green chemistry program

Oladele A. Ogunseitan, population health and disease prevention professor and chair at UC Irvine, has been selected to the state’s…

New oncology program bridges mainstream, alternative medicine

Chao Family Comprehensive Cancer Center has started an integrative oncology program to gauge the effectiveness of alternative dietary and lifestyle…

Former Mexican President Vicente Fox

Vicente Fox talks democracy, Mexico

Former Mexican President Vicente Fox discussed the future of democracy in Mexico and Latin America April 8 at the Irvine Barclay Theatre.