UCI researchers pioneer technique permitting unprecedented peek inside neurons at activity of ion channels
Month: May 2015
They say you can’t teach an old dog new tricks. The same can be said of the adult brain. Its connections are hard to change, while in children, novel experiences rapidly mold new connections during critical periods of brain development.
Chris Burden, M.F.A. ’71, gained fame for his provocative pieces
Olga Connolly once created an international stir with an Olympic gold medal and a forbidden Cold War-era romance
Laverne Cox, a daytime Emmy winner and one of Time 100’s most influential people of 2015, appeared at UCI’s Crystal Cove Auditorium on Tuesday, May 12, in front of an audience of about 450 Anteaters.
Diagnosis with one or both disorders should trigger rage-focused treatment
Basketball legend Earvin Johnson opens the 2015 Chancellor’s Distinguished Fellows Series
Nearly 5,000 Anteaters filled the right-field seats at Angel Stadium of Anaheim on Saturday, May 9, wearing blue-and-gold, limited-edition baseball caps for “UCI Night with the Angels.”
Brain handles day- and nighttime optical signals the same, reacts quickly to loss of input
Timothy Rupert, assistant professor of mechanical & aerospace engineering, has been awarded an Early Career Research grant from the U.S. Department of Energy.