Month: February 2016

Esosa Agbonwaneten

UCI takes a leap into the future with release of ambitious strategic plan

10-year vision includes growth in research, community impact, enrollment and faculty

Blocking inflammation prevents cell death, improves memory in Alzheimer’s disease

UCI mouse study points to new treatments to limit effects of neurological disorder

Four Minority Science Programs students snag awards for their research presentations at AAAS competition

Four University of California, Irvine undergraduates participating in the Francisco J. Ayala School of Biological Sciences Minority Science Programs received awards for their research presentations at the poster competition of the 2016 annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Sciences in Washington D.C. The AAAS is the world’s largest general scientific society. […]

Nobel laureate and former Secretary of Energy Steven Chu to speak at UCI

EVENT:  Steven Chu, Nobel laureate, former U.S. secretary of energy, and professor of physics and molecular & cellular physiology at Stanford University, will deliver the 2016 Reines Lecture, titled “Energy, Climate Change and the Transition to a Sustainable World.” WHEN/WHERE:  7:30-8:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 9, Irvine Barclay Theatre (bldg. 1, grid E9 on campus map) INFORMATION:  Media planning […]

Closing academia’s gender gap

Study finds UCI making greatest strides, with ADVANCE program key in hiring female faculty

California gas well blowout caused nation’s largest methane release, study finds

UCI chemist and partners also discover elevated levels of harmful pollutants

UCI maps methane leaks across Los Angeles Basin

Mobile measurements pinpoint greenhouse gas hot spots

UCI launches research institute devoted to effectiveness of antipoverty programs

Studies will explore long-term success of policies promoting economic self-sufficiency

Richard Arum

Sociologist Richard Arum named dean of UCI’s School of Education

New York University professor will take on new role this summer

Body’s immune system may play larger role in Alzheimer’s disease than thought

UCI mouse study finds dramatic increase in brain plaques when key cells are lacking