Day: November 16, 2009

Glimpsing a greener future

It’s the year 2060, and 75 percent of drivers in the Greater Los Angeles area have hydrogen fuel cell vehicles…

Shane Stephens-Romero

Seeing fuels’ effects down the road

UCI computer model foresees effects of alternative transportation fuels.

Charles Limoli

Stem cells alleviate tumor treatment side effects

Human embryonic stem cells could help people with learning and memory deficits after radiation treatment for brain tumors, suggests a new UC Irvine study.

News articles on President Obama

Race colors public opinion of Obama

Study finds that race matters in public’s opinion of President Barack Obama and his policies.

Obama Race

‘Hidden biases’ behind opposition to president and his healthcare plan.

Compound created to boost anti-inflammatory fat levels

UC Irvine pharmacology researchers have discovered a way to boost levels of a natural body fat that helps decrease inflammation, pointing to possible new treatments for allergies, illnesses and injuries related to the immune system.

STREET hydrogen

A UCI computer model foresees the effects of alternative transportation fuels.

Campus to offer H1N1 flu vaccinations

UCI has received a limited amount of H1N1 flu vaccine, which will be made available to students, faculty and staff…