Baghdad School Project Sends School Supplies Abroad The Baghdad School Project will be hosting a fundraiser entitled ‘Reconstructing Iraqi Lives: Dinner and Dialogue’ in the Library Room of the UCI University Club on Jan. 7 to raise money for basic educational tools for Iraqi children. Tickets for the event are priced at $75 per person. […]
CLIMATE: The United States needs to become more energy efficient due to global warming, says Weizs
SCIENCE: Cambridge experiment with Western Scrub-jays hints at episodic memory in animals.
WILDLIFE: Third group of condors released in Mexico shows signs of a growing, self-sustaining population.
ADMINISTRATION: Allegations of ignoring anti-Semitism declared unfounded by Office of Civil Rights.
BIOLOGY: New book hopes to eradicate the perennial clash between science and religion.
SCIENCE: UC Irvine researchers discover a new way to sort stem cells by using dielectrophoresis.
With his latest musical release, UC Irvine professor Kei Akagi, will revisit an old friend by covering Miles Davis’ classic jazz tune, ‘Blue in Green.’ Although Akagi may be best known around campus for his jazz classes at the Claire Trevor School of the Arts, he was a well-known international jazz performer prior to coming […]
According to Phillip Felgner and Huw Davies of the Department of Medicine at UC Irvine, a new artificially developed virus may be capable of replacing the current stockpile of smallpox vaccine. Since an assortment of international scientists announced the eradication of smallpox in 1979 and the World Health Assembly formally endorsed this announcement in 1980, […]
UC Irvine researcher Christopher Doughty and a team of colleagues created models for soya plants. They discovered that harrier plants may be better when it comes to geo-engineering. Geo-engineering is the process in which plants are grown to bounce sunlight back into space, in an effort to combat global warming. Although this is not a […]