Marketing professor Connie Pechmann targets adolescent tobacco use.
Society & Community
Researchers have identified what they believe is the original source of malignant malaria: a parasite found in chimpanzees in equatorial Africa.
Mummies, eyeballs and all manner of mysteries are part of UCI’s summer Gifted Students Academy Exploratorium.
There may be a few more empty parking spaces, but life at UCI doesn’t slow that much in summer.
For almost 20 years, Marlon Boarnet has studied the links between land use and transportation networks. He provides his thoughts on the stimulus package and city planning for the 21st century.
Bill Tomlinson, informatics assistant professor, uses a computer game to test the efficiency of the U.S. patent system, and it doesn’t score well.
High school students participating in UC Irvine’s residential COSMOS program study topics such as astronomy, neuroscience, marine biology and the mathematics of music.
It’s a recipe for choking smog. Burn tons of fossil fuels. Pump those chemicals into the air where they react on surfaces of buildings and roads. A result is the creation of photochemical smog-forming chlorine atoms, UC Irvine scientists report in a new study.
A UC Irvine research team is investigating correlations between prenatal levels of stress hormones and infant/child learning and behavior. Their Women and Children’s Health and Well-Being Project is among the first large-scale studies on the subject.