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N. Edward Coulson, UCI professor of economics and director of The Paul Merage School of Business’ Center for Real Estate

What’s next: The future of real estate

Pandemic has decreased demand for office and retail space but boosted certain industrial sectors

UCI and international institutions link Southeast Asia megadrought to drying in Africa

Previously unknown mid-Holocene event led to major changes in human settlement

Cover of Lucid journal

First-gen forum

New UCI journal gives often marginalized students a platform to share their experiences, explore their identities

Prof. Manabu Shiraiwa and postdoc Pascale Lakey are studying indoor air quality

Inside information

With more people staying home, UCI-led research on health effects of indoor air quality takes on new urgency

A study working with the Toyota Human Support Robot known as CARL SR.

Robots to the rescue

Socially assistive devices can help people cope in times of crisis

Brianne Donaldson, UCI assistant professor of philosophy and religious studies with a pig in a pen

What’s next: The future of food

Pandemic has heightened awareness of weaknesses in nation’s animal-based supply chain, which could accelerate trend toward plant-derived products

Bill Mauer, dean of UCI’s School of Social Sciences, a professor of anthropology and director of the campus’s Institute for Money, Technology and Financial Inclusion

What’s next: The future of cash

The death of dollars has been greatly exaggerated

What’s next: The future of retail

The pandemic may have altered the shopping landscape in permanent ways

UCI and County of Orange partner on large-scale COVID-19 infection survey

Results will help determine true prevalence and inform lifting of local lockdown

Dr. Dan Cooper, UCI professor of pediatrics and founding director of the campus’s Institute for Clinical and Translational Science

Back-to-school jitters

UCI Health pediatrician Dan Cooper gathers a team to help determine how, when and under what conditions K-12 classroom instruction can safely resume