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37 min ago | The Wave
When Professor John Smith first started teaching at UC Irvine, he remembers hundreds of students enrolling in German language learning courses.
Should religious groups be tax exempt?
Can You Crack These Presidential Code Names?
5 hrs ago | The Wave
In a study by UC Irvine associate professor of physiology and biophysics Rongsheng Jin and Andreas Rummel from the Institute for Toxicology at Hannover Medical School in Germany, scientists were able to create a digital 3D model of a complex protein compound formed by the toxin.
9 hrs ago | Florida Baptist Witness
The revision does not go nearly far enough, said longtime critics of what is known as China's one-child policy.
StatFuse, the brainchild of college students Jeet Banerjee and Supan "Shawn" Shah, uses a sophisticated computer formula to make predictions.
Over the last few months, I have repeatedly heard opponents of raising the federal minimum wage argue that "85 percent" of the "most credible studies" find that increasing the minimum wage has a negative effect on employment.
There's half a chance you still hate LA. If I had not gone through the process I have with respect to this city -- or, more aptly, this series of diverse city centers -- I might still hate it to.
BYU men's volleyball was voted No. 3 in the AVCA Division I-II Men's Preseason Poll on Wednesday.
UC Irvine electrical engineering graduate and co-founder of Verve, Jordan Linford, 25, from Lake Forrest, sets up the device's sensors for a Super Mario game.
Hal Stern , dean of the Donald Bren School of Information and Computer Science at UC Irvine, listens to sixth grade students from Tarbut V'Torah demonstrate the use of their app, which is a test of math skills, in this file photo from November.
A new study shows the much-vaunted "Mozart Effect" to be a myth, with music study providing no boost to IQ among students.
The shocking question came from a respected spine surgeon tracked down by Keith Swenson, who was still in severe pain after an earlier back operation.
It is difficult to translate a software development methodology to data warehousing, but it can be done.
A quintessential holiday tale full of magic and whimsy will come to the UC Irvine campus this month for Festival Ballet Theatre's annual rendition of "The Nutcracker."
University of California, Irvine Extension today announced that it will offer "Micro-Sustainability: Local Impact" and "Corporate Social Responsibility & Green Business," two online courses that explore current events, challenges and solutions related to sustainability and the environment.
People who consumed six hours or more of media relating to the bombings were nine times more likely to report acute stress, says the study After the Boston marathon bombings, people who spent six hours a day scouring media for updates were more traumatised than those who were actually there, a US study suggests.