Month: December 2015

Santa Claus

Santa vs. superheroes

UCI physics professor compares St. Nick’s powers to those of traditional caped crusaders

Playing 3-D video games can boost memory formation, UCI study finds

Results suggest novel approaches to maintaining cognition as we age

UCI expert among group urging accelerated reduction of greenhouse gas emissions

Article in Nature Climate Change casts doubt on carbon-capture technologies

Do we really want to awaken the alien force?

Human efforts to communicate with extraterrestrials via images or sound are doomed to failure, UCI professor asserts – and that may be for the best

Green tea impairs development, reproduction in fruit flies, UCI study finds

Research suggests that excessive consumption by humans may be unhealthy

Jessica Millward

New book offers insight into world of enslaved women in early America

UCI professor fleshes out the life of Charity Folks, once just a name on a document

UCI researchers help demystify key elements of digital disaster communications

Study suggests strategies emergency management agencies can use to promote reposting

New class of inhibitory compounds developed to aid melanoma treatments

UCI-led discovery helps healthy cell processes that can block tumor growth

Entrepreneur at 18

Freshman in business economics kick-starts her career as a CEO by winning a grand prize worth $25,000 in national competition