Denise Park of the University of Texas at Dallas will discuss “The Scaffolded Mind: How Your Brain Adapts to Aging” as part of the UC Irvine Distinguished Lecture Series on Brain, Learning & Memory.
Month: January 2010
Biologist Tom Lane and a team of UCI researchers are leading an effort to determine whether a stem-cell-based treatment can repair neurological damage caused by multiple sclerosis.
Anthropology professor studies evolution of traditional practice among rural poor into lucrative industry embraced by Americans.
This Saturday, the UC Irvine chapter of Physicians for Human Rights will host a “Flex Your Muscles for Haiti” fundraiser…
Richard Matthew discusses “From Blood Diamonds to Mountain Gorillas: An Environmental Perspective on Peacebuilding in Africa,” based on his field research on violence driven by the struggle to control natural resources in sub-Saharan Africa.
UCI Stars, winners of the Living Our Values staff team award, make quilts to comfort cancer patients.
Diane O’Dowd uses objects from her garage to demonstrate biology principles and engage students.
Dr. Ralph Clayman brings surgical precision and a singular focus on healing to his new role as medical school dean.
UCI’s 26th annual celebration of civil rights leader encourages activism, service.
New information about the inner workings of earthquake faults could change how experts estimate the potential for the next “big one,” according to UC Irvine researchers.