UC Irvine News
News on UC Irvine continually updated from thousands of sources around the net.
Monday | New York Daily News
Doctors at University of California, Irvine removed the mass - ultimately weighing in at 120 pounds - in a major surgery that took place Aug. 28. Maurer is still recuperating in California, his wife Mindy at his side. "He carried that growth around so long and they're having trouble with his leg being able to support him," she said.
Silicon Valley venture capitalist Tim Draper's "Six Californias" plan to break up the Golden State failed to qualify for November 2016's ballot, falling well short of the petition signatures required, the Secretary of State's Office reported Friday. The slip-up seemed like the punchline to what had mushroomed into a national joke, with television talk-show hosts taking potshots at California's latest political weirdness.
Irvine Center at Bridge Road and Campus Drive in Irvine ; 8 a.m. to noon Saturdays, year-round; no dogs allowed Farmers hailing from Fresno to the Mexican border begin setting up their tables before dawn, offering a multitude of fruits and vegetables, picked just hours earlier. Looking for something different to throw in a salad? Pick up a bunch of fresh herbs, kyoho grapes, squash blossoms or, perhaps, a sweet, tangy Momotaro tomato.
Brain inflammation can rapidly disrupt our ability to retrieve complex memories of similar but distinct experiences, according to scientists. The study specifically identifies how immune system signaling molecules, called cytokines, impair communication among neurons in the hippocampus, an area of the brain critical for discrimination memory.
Michelle Pistone has been working with several members of the immigration law teachers and scholars community about an ongoing project to produce a collection of educational videos on immigration law . Several of the videos were shot at UC Irvine during ImmProf are now available on the LegalED website, http://legaledweb.com/immigration-law/ .
As part of a broad effort to establish itself as a leader in sustainability, the University of California plans to invest $1 billion over five years in companies and researchers that are pursuing solutions to climate change, the university announced this week. "Today's announcements show the very real commitment of the University of California to invest our human and financial assets in finding solutions to global climate change.
UC Irvine has landed a $1.2 million grant to develop and test a microgrid controller intended to manage the university's microgrid as well as other area grids in times of crises. The investment comes from the U.S. Department of Energy, which also gave $8 million in grants to fund seven other microgrid projects across the nation.
Enter the local chamber of commerce. Every year all over the country, these business organizations spearhead educational programs to help develop and inspire business owners and professionals in their communities to take more active leadership roles locally.
This is the third and final post about an SAA lightning talk session. Part 1 began with descriptions of the array of media an archives might confront and an effort to test how much can be done in house.
The U.S. News Best Business Programs report released today ranked the fledgling undergraduate business program at UC Irvine's Paul Merage School of Business at 39th in the nation. Since it was established in Fall 2008, the Merage School has graduated three cohorts of undergraduate students.
U.S. News and World Report has released the 30th addition of its highly anticipated list of University rankings. The top California school was Stanford at No.4. CalTech cracked the top 10 at No.
Genetic studies by Cynthia Kenyon-at the Hillblom Center for the Biology of Aging at the University of California San Francisco-with flatworms and Richard Miller-at the Geriatrics Center of the Medical School, University of Michigan-with mice show that having a diminished growth hormone production seems to increase longevity. Having stunted growth increases longevity.
Until this past June, I taught 12th grade English at a small charter school in Los Angeles where Latino kids from Inglewood and Mid-City make up 90 percent of the student body. Their immigrant parents are truck drivers, auto mechanics, housecleaners, and cooks who didn't go to college, but knowing what real poverty feels like, they've worked hard to ensure that their children will.
Updated: Mon Sep 15, 2014 12:58 pm
Copyright © 2014 Topix LLC