Computers have given juveniles the ability to engage in the same kind of white-collar offenses as adults, says Henry Pontell
Month: March 2014
Six massive glaciers in West Antarctica are moving faster than they did 40 years ago, causing more ice to discharge into the ocean and raising the global sea level, according to new UC Irvine-led research reported in Geophysical Research Letters.
Frank LaFerla, renowned for his Alzheimer’s work, hopes to raise the school’s profile
A student-produced video invitation including a challenge to “play ball” with UC Irvine’s seven-feet-six-inch center Mamadou Ndiaye, and 10,000 postcards signed by Anteaters of all stripes involved the entire campus in the effort to woo the president.
Campus story was the only one honored in its category
VIDEO AVAILABLE HERE Irvine, Calif., March 19, 2014-Titanium alloy golf clubs can cause dangerous wildfires, according to UC Irvine scientists. When a club coated with the lightweight metal is swung and strikes a rock, it creates sparks that can heat to more than 3,000 degrees Fahrenheit for long enough to ignite dry foliage, according to findings […]
Amy Wilentz, UC Irvine professor of English and literary journalism, has won a National Book Critics Circle Award for her autobiography Farewell, Fred Voodoo: A Letter from Haiti, a gritty memoir based on years of reporting from Haiti.
UC Irvine has long been committed to gender equity in science, technology, engineering and math
UC Irvine has renamed its School of Biological Sciences the Francisco J. Ayala School of Biological Sciences, recognizing Dr. Ayala’s vast body of scientific work, international acclaim, and decades of contributions to the school and the campus.