Findings point to new ways of addressing human baldness, unwanted hair
UCI scientist uses bioluminescence to shed light on multicellular interactions
Recent UCI discovery related to cancer treatment is the type of work endangered
Innovative biology course makes the unseen – and its movement – visible.
UCI biologists’ groundbreaking work with the freshwater polyp hydra helped put a young campus on the map.
Graduate students have formed a group called ReMIND – short for Research & Education in Memory Impairments & Neurological Disorders – to better understand and cure neurodegenerative diseases.
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.
In his new book, UCI evolutionary biologist John Avise examines why flaws exist in the biological world.