Quartz, Feb. 14, 2017
Where the lawsuits over Trump’s travel ban go from here: a legal scholar explains
There’s a range of ways the various cases could play out. To figure out what path the president’s order will take to its ultimate resolution, Quartz consulted a constitutional law scholar: Erwin Chemerinsky, the dean of UC Irvine’s law school.
The Huffington Post, Feb. 9, 2017
Hollywood’s busiest playwright Luke Yankee’s new play is the hottest ticket in LA!
Dr. Gerson and his integrative nutritional approach to healing are the subject of acclaimed author and playwright Luke Yankee’s new drama, “The Man Who Killed the Cure” premiering at the University of California, Irvine in late February. … Directed by UC Irvine Vice Chair of drama, Don Hill ….
Southern California Public Radio, Feb. 13, 2017
Despite harsh rhetoric, Trump re-affirms ‘one-China’ policy with President Xi
President Donald Trump spent his campaign talking tough on U.S.− China relations … and he signaled in the early days after his election he may reverse course on longstanding policy recognizing Beijing’s authority in the region. … Here to talk about his apparent reversal of course is Jeff Wasserstrom, professor of history at University of California, Irvine ….
EE Times, Feb. 13, 2017
SoC could power Star Trek-like medical scanner
“The applications range for our patented device range from imaging, sensing, spectroscopy, radar, and short-range indoor communications,” Payam Heydari, UCI professor of electrical engineering and computer science, told EE Times in an exclusive interview. The work was performed along with his graduate student, Peyman Nazari.
Orange County Register, Feb. 13, 2017
Children with autism get dance lessons from Broadway choreographer in Irvine
The program … partners with the UC Irvine Pediatric Exercise and Genomics Research Center. … Contemporary dancer and UCI Assistant Professor Andrew Palermo has developed a program called Creatively Able that focuses on movement for those diagnosed with autism.
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