UCI study links selfies, happiness

Taking and sharing smartphone photos boosts positive feelings

Marios Papaefthymiou

New dean named for UCI School of Information & Computer Sciences

Entrepreneur Marios Papaefthymiou chairs University of Michigan program

UCI’s James, Mark join panels at prestigious Aspen Ideas Fest

Two of UCI’s most high-profile researchers are featured at this year’s Aspen Ideas Festival, at which leaders from around the globe and across many disciplines engage in deep and inquisitive discussion of current innovations and issues. On Friday, June 24, UCI vector biologist Anthony James participated in a panel on recent advances in gene editing that have allowed […]

UCI announces Hellman Fellows for 2016-17

Six junior faculty awarded support for research, scholarly work

Robots to the rescue

UCI competition challenges students to design machines that can search for disaster victims

‘Coolest college startups’ list honors 3 UCI entrepreneurs

Inc. magazine’s annual roundup of the nation’s “16 coolest college startups” includes two companies founded by current and former UCI students. Versafit, an app that matches gym rats, power walkers and other exercise buffs with workout partners, was launched in January by MBA student Julian Clarke and Paul Merage School of Business alumnus Alton Chislom ’15. The magazine also honored CubeForme, a monthly subscription service that surprises customers with […]

Stroke of the Future

In 20 years, stem cells, genetics and robotics will get patients back on their feet after a blood clot in the brain

Bad vibrations: UCI researchers find security breach in 3-D printing process

Machine sounds enable reverse engineering of source code

UCI researchers link compulsive Facebook checking to lack of sleep

Study correlates tiredness, bad mood, distractibility and social media browsing

Sharad Mehrotra

Private practices

UCI seeks to balance electronic surveillance with privacy of people being monitored