Public Impact Fellowship recipient Janice Chang hopes a new electronic stimulation therapy can bring relief to tinnitus sufferers.
Science & Technology
It may have been a rainy winter, but there’s still cause for concern about California’s water supply. Just ask Jay Famiglietti, UC Irvine Earth system science professor and founding director of the new UC Center for Hydrologic Modeling, which aims to help the state tackle its drought-induced water crisis. Famiglietti recently made headlines when he and NASA […]
With the help of a Public Impact Fellowship, UCI’s Lauren Shea is developing innovative classroom strategies for learning English.
Graduate students have formed a group called ReMIND – short for Research & Education in Memory Impairments & Neurological Disorders – to better understand and cure neurodegenerative diseases.
A by-the-numbers description of UC Irvine’s homecoming festivities tells all.
Randy Black’s way with words has earned UCI millions in research grants and earned him a Living Our Values Award.
A new strain of mosquitoes in which females cannot fly may help curb the transmission of dengue fever, according to UC Irvine and British scientists.
Glaciers in West Greenland are melting 100 times more rapidly at their end points beneath the ocean than they are at their surfaces, according to a UC Irvine/NASA study.
Butterflies that have a duplicate gene allowing them to see ultraviolet colors also have UV-yellow pigment on their wings, reports the study by UCI’s Adriana Briscoe, Seth Bybee and colleagues.