Month: February 2014

Roxane Cohen Silver discusses use of online data collection in research at national symposium

Roxane Cohen Silver, UC Irvine professor of psychology & social behavior, gave a talk this week at the annual meeting of the Society for Personality & Social Psychology in Austin, Texas, on the use of online data collection and social media to conduct social science research.

UCI’s Brandon Brown addresses HIV stigma at conference; more appearances upcoming

Brandon Brown, director of the Global Health Research, Education & Translation Program at UC Irvine, was a speaker this week at the Southern California Sexual Health Summit.

Legendary coach Ted Newland inducted into water polo hall of fame

Legendary UC Irvine coach Ted Newland will be inducted into the USA Water Polo Hall of Fame on April 5.

UC Irvine to lead “Team Orange” at Solar Decathlon 2015

UC Irvine and three other Orange County campuses will participate in the U.S. Department of Energy’s Solar Decathlon 2015. The competition in which 20 teams comprising college and university students build energy-efficient solar homes, will be held for the second time at the Orange County Great Park in Irvine.

Deputy energy secretary to visit UC Irvine, announce Solar Decathlon contestants

EVENT:  U.S. Dept. of Energy Deputy Secretary Daniel Poneman will speak to UC Irvine students about the clean energy revolution and announce the 20 college teams and location for the 2015 Solar Decathlon.  Students from “Team Orange,” comprising UC Irvine, Chapman University, Irvine Valley College and Saddleback Valley College, will learn if they are selected. […]

Richard Matthew

Catch them if you can

Unhampered by borders and laws, hackers present new security threats

UC Irvine gets $2 million from W.M. Keck Foundation to further research in chemistry and microbiology

UC Irvine has received $2 million from the prestigious W.M. Keck Foundation to advance research in chemistry and microbiology.

Pangea World unveils transnational model for science research and conservation

Irvine, Calif., Feb. 11, 2014 – An international endeavor combining science research with a business model centered on luxury resort developments and resort-style estates was unveiled Friday by Pangea World at the Arnold & Mabel Beckman Center of the National Academies of Sciences & Engineering. The kickoff symposium, “The Economic Epic of Earth’s Evolution: the […]

Business, technology leaders weigh in

UCI’s entrepreneurial spirit is hitting the right note

3 professors win ACS physical chemistry awards

UC Irvine chemists Ara Apkarian, Filipp Furche and Douglas Tobias have won three of the four American Chemical Society physical chemistry division awards for 2014.