Summer Research and Competitive Edge programs give graduate students a head start.
Daniele Piomelli’s studies on the body’s own marijuana-like chemicals may lead to stress, pain and obesity treatments.
Business professor Mary Gilly explores how customers stake out tables at coffeehouses and cafes. A marketing expert, she studies the sometimes unintended results of efforts to control consumer behavior.
UCI nursing professor Linda Evangelista has gained national recognition for her involvement in studies to help people with heart conditions, and her latest effort may produce her most significant research achievement yet.
Being cut off from work e-mail increases focus and reduces stress.
Neuroscientist Ivan Soltesz has helped shed light on the inner workings of the human brain. His research offers hope to millions who suffer from epilepsy.
Doctoral candidate in marketing at The Paul Merage School of Business studies how consumers select over-the-counter drugs.
Biomedical engineers host industry open house to show off micro tissue and other research.
UC Irvine researchers found that fats in foods like potato chips and french fries make them nearly irresistible and trigger a surprising biological mechanism that likely drives our gluttonous behavior.