Wind energy over the planet’s oceans is a vastly underutilized renewable resource, according to UC Irvine researchers.
Month: June 2009
Julia Lupton, UC Irvine Chancellor’s Fellow and English professor, and her twin sister, graphic designer Ellen Lupton, recently published Design…
Variations in how people perceive colors and how those same colors appear on TV, computers and other media have confounded…
Rachel F. Moran is on a mission. As a founding faculty member at the University of California, Irvine School of Law and the newly elected president of the Association of American Law Schools, she seeks the return of the citizen-lawyer, who not only represents clients but helps improve society. “The vaunted image of the citizen-lawyer, […]
As a specialist in skin disorders and cancers, Dr. Janellen Smith sees firsthand what too much sun can do. She stresses that people – especially those in sun-worshipping Southern California – should be aware of the health risks associated with prolonged sun exposure and take proper precautions.
Colors reproduced on Web sites or printed photos never seem as true as what we see in real life, and now one UC Irvine professor explains why.
Thiago Halmer and other PRIME-LC students will help doctors in Brazil collaborate with UCI physicians on stuttering cases.
UC Irvine cosmologists have found two supernovae farther away than any previously detected by using a new technique that could help find other dying stars at the edge of the universe.
About 20 local science teachers are at UC Irvine this week and next to learn about atmospheric chemistry as part…