Month: August 2020

The Trump administration is making it easier for lenders to prey on people in the middle of a pandemic

Vox, Aug. 26, 2020

Child immunization rates drop due to pandemic raising concerns as schools start

Voice of OC, Aug. 27, 2020

The American school year is a mess — so these families decided to move abroad

The Washington Post, Aug. 27, 2020

A young adult author’s tweet went viral—but somehow, Dr. Fauci got the credit

A young adult author’s tweet went viral—but somehow, Dr. Fauci got the credit Cailin O’Connor, a professor at the University of California, Irvine and co-author of The Misinformation Age: How False Beliefs Spread, … said “There are a lot of false beliefs that, because they’re so widespread, people believe them, even people who are experts, like scientists […]

Radiologists develop AI tool to identify risk of COVID complications

Radiological Society of North America, Aug. 27, 2020

Women with diabetes and high levels of coronary artery calcium at greater risk of death than men

UCI, Cedars-Sinai study is a call-to-action for more aggressive risk factor management

What to do when COVID-19 doesn’t go away psychologically?

Gulf Times, Aug. 26, 2020

N. Edward Coulson, UCI professor of economics and director of The Paul Merage School of Business’ Center for Real Estate

What’s next: The future of real estate

Pandemic has decreased demand for office and retail space but boosted certain industrial sectors

UCI-led study rules out dark matter destruction as origin of extra radiation in galaxy center

Exhaustive emissions modeling by global physicists narrows down particle candidates

Colleges reopen with an assist from tech

Workflow, Aug. 25, 2020