Two UC Irvine research groups have received $2.27 million from the JDRF to develop innovative methods of treating and possibly curing Type 1 diabetes.
Month: June 2013
Chen Li, computer science professor, and his team created a search widget after the Haiti earthquake that helped families locate lost relatives. It became the basis for a business, SRCH2, which is now offering the technology at a reduced rate to charities and universities.
Recent astronomical discoveries confirm UCI researchers’ role as galactic groundbreakers
Irvine, Calif. June 21, 2013 – UC Irvine and Mayo Clinic researchers have found that vitamin D levels in the U.S. population peak in August and bottom out in February. The essential vitamin – necessary for healthy bones – is produced in the skin upon exposure to ultraviolet B rays from the sun. Vitamin D helps […]
“As we near our 50th anniversary, this recognition shows that we’ve fulfilled the vision articulated by our founding chancellor, Daniel G. Aldrich Jr., when he dedicated the campus,” said current Chancellor Michael V. Drake.
Less energy use and more safety measures makes for smarter labs, and a conference of international technicians has taken notice.
The herbal extract of a yellow-flowered mountain plant long used for stress relief was found to increase the lifespan of fruit fly populations by an average of 24 percent, according to UC Irvine researchers.
At-home therapy with common household items yields notable gains among children with autism