Paolo Sassone-Corsi is perhaps the world’s leading researcher on the body clock, and what he’s discovered may one day improve human health.
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A study led by UC Irvine neuroscientist John Guzowski has found that a single brief experience was as effective at activating neurons and genes associated with memory as more repetitive activities.
UCI student nonprofit CLEAN Education conducts grade-appropriate lessons on climate change for elementary and middle school classrooms.
Michael Dennin, UC Irvine physics & astronomy professor, will discuss the science behind superheroes 8-9 a.m. Tuesday, May 19, at the University Club. A complimentary breakfast will begin at 7:30 a.m.
Doctoral student Mary Amasia’s anthrax detection system permits a more rapid response to a deadly disease.
Doctoral student Meng Yu is using his academic skills to help the hearing-impaired. He is fine-tuning a set of mathematical computer instructions that pulls apart overlapping voices so a listener can hear each of them distinctly.
Palm-reading technology allows Anteater Recreation Center members to check in without breaking a sweat.
Political science professor Jim Danziger is a research pioneer and student favorite.
Undergraduate dance student blends quantum physics and dance in production for upcoming Physical Graffiti show.