Month: April 2016

Purposeful play

Upcoming Anteater Equity Games promote inclusivity – and fun, of course

Solving problems

UCI program fosters math skills and college dreams in underprivileged middle schoolers

UCI and JPL find melting of Greenland’s glaciers worse than previously thought

New seafloor mapping techniques help scientists identify high-risk areas

Engineering professor to get prestigious research award

UCI Distinguished Professor Said Elghobashi will receive the Senior Award at the ninth International Conference on Multiphase Flow, to be held next month in Italy. Presented every three years at the conference, the award recognizes an individual’s significant scientific and technical contributions to the field of multiphase flow research, as well as outstanding leadership in scholarship, development […]

Yoonjin Won

Hot topic

UCI mechanical engineer sees tiny solution to big problem

Mallory Hinks

Pitch perfect

UCI’s Mallory Hinks places second in UC-wide Grad Slam finals

All powered up

UCI chemists create battery technology with off-the-charts charging capacity

Four from UCI elected to American Academy of Arts and Sciences

Honor is conferred for distinguished contributions to their fields

Our daily discards

Eye-popping Earth Week exhibit shows how far campus is from zero-waste goal

Too much ‘noise’ can affect brain development, UCI study finds

Using cutting-edge imaging technology, UCI biologists have determined that uncontrolled fluctuations (known as “noise”) in the concentration of the vitamin A derivative retinoic acid can lead to disruptions in brain organization during development. Identifying how a cell responds to a signal made by another cell, despite the level of noise present, may improve our understanding […]