New UCI research has found that placing juvenile offenders in jobs without ensuring that they attend school may make them more antisocial.
Month: December 2012
The panel comprises 18 presidents and chancellors and is responsible for establishing and directing division policy.
The Broadcom Foundation has pledged $400,000 over two years to establish graduate fellowships at The Henry Samueli School of Engineering.
UC Irvine biology Emanuel Azizi found that toads possess a neuromuscular response that’s specific to the intensity of a landing – a mechanism that protects muscles from injury upon impact. The findings have implications for improving rehabilitation programs for people with neuromuscular deficiencies.
The California Wildlife Conservation Board has awarded $2.833 million in Proposition 84 funds for new construction at UC Irvine’s Steele/Burnand Anza-Borrego Desert Research Center in Borrego Springs.
The California College DUI Awareness Project, designed to raise awareness about the dangers of drunk driving and reward designated drivers, will continue for a fourth year at UCI, thanks to a $344,000 grant renewal from the California Office of Traffic Safety, via federal funding from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
Irvine, Calif., Dec. 11, 2012 — Research led by a UC Irvine structural biologist has revealed a potential new way to attack common stomach bacteria that cause ulcers and significantly increase the odds of developing stomach cancer. Hartmut “Hudel” Luecke, professor of molecular biology & biochemistry, and colleagues focused on the bacterium Helicobacter pylori, which […]
The medical science faculty of Goethe University Frankfurt has conferred an honorary doctorate on Daniele Piomelli, UCI’s Louise Turner Arnold Chair in the Neurosciences.