Month: April 2010

Gas centrifuge plant

Laser-based uranium enrichment risky

Risks of laser-based uranium enrichment outweigh rewards, says UCI economist Linda Cohen.

UC Irvine News Brief: UCI business school programs leap ahead in U.S. News rankings

Rankings for The Paul Merage School of Business’ programs continue to rise in U.S. News & World Report’s annual “America’s Best Graduate Schools” issue.

Elusive dark matter

UC Irvine researchers say that the link between dark matter and discovery of excess positrons in space is not concrete, despite a flurry of excitement in the field of astrophysics.

UC Irvine Advisory: Hutchens

April 21 talk about “The New Face of Law Enforcement” is part of OEOD’s Campus Conversations Series.


The case for multivitamins

UCI’s Frances Jurnak explains how daily supplements, if taken correctly, can benefit lifelong health.

Student with a UCI tattoo on their cheek

‘Celebrate UCI’ at annual open house

32nd annual campus open house includes medieval faire, classic car show and tours.

Renaissance of the Russian guitar

From Russian guitars to classical lute, John Schneiderman plucks his way through musical history.

Ruth Mulnard

Nursing mind and memory

Ruth Mulnard, founding faculty member in UCI’s nursing science program, leads clinical trials to help Alzheimer’s patients.

Chinese rock ‘n’ roll loving youth

Demystifying China

Jeff Wasserstrom, history professor, discusses the myths, realities of China’s growing global influence.

UC Irvine News Brief: Lee named chair of biomedical engineering

Abraham Lee, a pioneer in “lab on a chip” research, has been named chair of the Department of Biomedical Engineering.