Month: February 2010

Biological flaws

In his new book, UCI evolutionary biologist John Avise examines why flaws exist in the biological world.

Haigler wins AMSA's 2010 Golden Apple for Teaching Excellence

Harry Haigler, physiology & biophysics professor, has been awarded the 2010 National Golden Apple for Teaching Excellence by the American…

Physics professor awarded time on world's fastest supercomputer

The U.S. Department of Energy has awarded Zhihong Lin, physics & astronomy professor, time on a Cray XT – the…

Israeli ambassador to speak at UCI

Michael Oren, Israeli ambassador to the U.S., will share his political and personal perspectives on American-Israeli relations in a free…

E-Week activities

Restoring math and science excellence

Summit aims to boost student interest, achievement in science, technology, engineering, math.

UC Irvine Medical Center CEO heads 'March for Babies'

UC Irvine Medical Center CEO Terry A. Belmont will chair the 2010 March of Dimes, Orange County Division’s “March for…

Building robots to fix water pipes

UCI engineers are working on robotic technology to rehabilitate the nation’s aging water infrastructure.

Julka Almquist

Exam room design affects patient satisfaction

Grad student correlates innovative design with increased communication, patient satisfaction.

Helping Haitians find family

Professor Chen Li and his computer science student team created a “People Finder” Web site to help Haitian quake victims reunite with family.

UC Irvine Advisory: National leaders to convene at STEM Summit 2010 to address math, science education

Feb. 18-19 conference will bring together national leaders to explore innovative approaches and research in STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) education.