Much of the liver’s metabolic function is governed by circadian rhythms – our own body clock – and UC Irvine researchers have now found two independent mechanisms by which this occurs.
Month: July 2014
Mark LeVine, professor of history at UC Irvine, has edited a book proposing an entirely new, out-of-the-box approach to resolving the ongoing Israeli-Palestinian conflict. One Land, Two States: Israel & Palestine as Parallel States (University of California Press) features almost a dozen leading scholars, policymakers and activists from Israel, Palestine, Europe and the U.S. exploring […]
Twelve UC undergrads go Down Under to study Aussie approaches to drought, conservation and resource management
Irvine, Calif., July 28, 2014 — UC Irvine ranks 32nd for educational value among the top 665 four-year colleges in the nation in Money magazine’s Best Colleges survey results, announced today. UCI ranks ninth among all public universities and second in a special subcategory called “value added,” which rated each college on the economic and […]
Leslie Thompson of the Sue & Bill Gross Stem Cell Research Center has been awarded $505,717 by the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine to continue her CIRM-funded effort to create stem cell treatments for Huntington’s disease.
A new study by University of California, Irvine and NASA scientists finds more than 75 percent of the water loss in the drought-stricken Colorado River Basin since late 2004 came from underground resources. The extent of groundwater loss may pose a greater threat to the water supply of the western United States than previously thought.
Based on a variety of satellite data, UC Irvine and NASA researchers expect Amazon forests this year to see a below-average wildfire season.
A therapy combining salmon fibrin injections into the spinal cord and injections of a gene inhibitor into the brain restored voluntary motor function impaired by spinal cord injury, scientists at UC Irvine’s Reeve-Irvine Research Center have found.
With Comic-Con looming, UCI professor says our fascination with superheroes provides fertile ground for teaching fundamentals of physics
Dysfunction in dopamine signaling profoundly changes the activity level of about 2,000 genes in the brain’s prefrontal cortex and may be an underlying cause of certain complex neuropsychiatric disorders, such as schizophrenia, according to UC Irvine scientists.