UCI study links selfies, happiness

Taking and sharing smartphone photos boosts positive feelings

Dam-related malaria risk in sub-Saharan Africa to almost double by 2080, UCI study finds

The number of people at risk of malaria around dams and associated reservoirs in sub-Saharan Africa will nearly double to about 25 million by 2080, according to a study led by Solomon Kibret, a UCI postdoctoral scholar in public health. Undertaken as part of the CGIAR Research Program on Water, Land & Ecosystems, the work […]

Genomic improvisation

Musician-turned-UCI bioengineer strives for on-demand evolution enabling cells to conduct specific beneficial functions

Robotic surrogates help chronically ill kids maintain social, academic ties at school

UCI is first to conduct formal study of virtual inclusion for homebound students

UCI among Sierra magazine’s top 10 ‘Cool Schools’ for seventh consecutive year

Energy, transportation scores make campus highest-ranked comprehensive university

Why are we so afraid to leave children alone?

UCI study finds moral judgments about parents affect perceptions of risk

UCI-led study finds novel molecular clues behind nocturnal behavior

Research provides new insights into sleep/awake circadian rhythm patterns

UCI group awarded $2 million by NSF for light and sound wave research

A UCI team led by Ilya Krivorotov, professor of physics & astronomy, is one of nine interdisciplinary groups to share a new $18 million research grant from the National Science Foundation. The UCI scientists and engineers will receive $2 million to study “nonreciprocal magneto-acoustic waves in chiral magnetic systems” under the NSF’s NewLAW program, which was established […]

Twitter shows promise in rapid assessment of collective traumas’ local impact

UCI researchers develop, deploy innovative social media approach

UCI physicists confirm possible discovery of fifth force of nature

Light particle could be key to understanding dark matter in universe