Month: August 2012

Fostering tomorrow’s leaders

Summer Research and Competitive Edge programs give graduate students a head start.

Donald Blake garners 2013 American Chemical Society award

The professor is being honored for his innovative contributions to the fields of environmental science and technology.

Kate Klimow heads community, government relations

New assistant vice chancellor is an experienced O.C. exec who will engage local and state leaders in supporting UCI priorities.

Jane Goodall to speak at UCI as part of Living Peace Series

Renowned primatologist and conservationist will share her experiences and her concerns about the threats facing the planet.

What summer slowdown?

Summer learning and extracurricular activities are crucial to establishing a foundation of excellence in California education.

UCI to showcase energy savings in 'breathing' building

Natural Sciences II labs are one stop on a statewide tour by U.S. Department of Energy officials highlighting innovation in energy savings.

UCI microbiologists find new approach to fighting viral illnesses

By discovering how certain viruses use their host cells to replicate, UC Irvine microbiologists have identified a new approach to the development of universal treatments for viral illnesses such as meningitis, encephalitis, hepatitis and possibly the common cold.

Atmospheric methane mystery closer to being solved

UCI researchers find that methane decline was probably linked to increased natural gas capture and use.

Stem cell researcher Weian Zhao tapped for prestigious TR35 list

The assistant professor of pharmaceutical sciences, a member of the Sue & Bill Gross Stem Cell Research Center, is deemed one of the world’s top 35 innovators under the age of 35.

Sam Vesuna

A shared vision

Yale grad is pursuing his degree at UCI because of its multifaceted approach to the future of healthcare.