Month: July 2009

Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez

Representative of the 47th District will see research that promises advances in clean energy and healthcare.

Grad student's wedding video goes viral, spreads dance fever

When an ‘Eater wants to get a party going, watch out, especially if it’s her wedding. Jill Peterson (pictured), a…

Sacramento stop highlights PRIME-LC Central Valley tour

On July 28, first-year UC Irvine medical students enrolled in the Program in Medical Education for the Latino Community (PRIME-LC)…

Study probes link between prenatal stress, infant health

Stress is an everyday part of life, but too much of it for pregnant women can be detrimental to their…

First- through fourth-graders studying ancient Egypt

Gifted Students Academy nurtures young minds

Mummies, eyeballs and all manner of mysteries are part of UCI’s summer Gifted Students Academy Exploratorium.

Misty Paig-Tran with high schoolers

Summer by the numbers

There may be a few more empty parking spaces, but life at UCI doesn’t slow that much in summer.

Physical sciences dean named American Chemical Society fellow

John Hemminger, physical sciences dean, has been selected to the first class of fellows of the American Chemical Society. Hemminger…

UC Irvine Medical Center

UC Irvine Medical Center makes ‘Best Hospitals’ list

U.S. News & World Report has named UC Irvine Medical Center one of the nation’s “Best Hospitals” for the ninth year in a row.

Professor Marlon Boarnet

Building better commutes

For almost 20 years, Marlon Boarnet has studied the links between land use and transportation networks. He provides his thoughts on the stimulus package and city planning for the 21st century.

Bill Tomlinson

Study finds patent systems may discourage innovation

Bill Tomlinson, informatics assistant professor, uses a computer game to test the efficiency of the U.S. patent system, and it doesn’t score well.