Wednesday, April 17, 2024

STEM

Why Do Bees Swarm?

April is the height of honeybee swarm season, which students who passed by Aldrich Park and Humanities Hall on April 8 experienced firsthand.  According...

Beckman Center Hosts Scientists Renowned for mRNA Vaccine Research

Eight world-renowned scientists, known for their contributions to the development of messenger RNA (mRNA) vaccines gathered for a panel at the Beckman Center...

Marine Ecology and Artistic Thinking: UCI Professor Matthew Bracken Teams up with Orange County Museum of Art

As a part of its Pacific Standard Time collaboration, the Getty Center has given out grants to institutions all across Southern California, including...

Combating Flaky Tests

The UCI Department of Informatics welcomed Darko Marinov, a professor of computer science at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, for a presentation on...

Clinical Investigators Contributing to Research in Nursing: Dr. Miriam Bender and Dr. Alison Holman

UCI’s Institute for Clinical and Translational Science welcomed Dr. Miriam Bender, the Associate Dean for Academic and Student Affairs in the Sue and...

Foe Becomes Friend: How Genetically Modified Mosquitoes Will Aid in Preventing Future Disease Outbreaks

Mosquitoes are famously attributed for their ability to spread germs. Eager to bite both humans and animals, this action can begin a deadly...

The Beall Center for Art + Technology Presents Ian Ingram

The UCI Beall Center for Art + Technology presented artist Ian Ingram’s work in collaboration with UCI neuroscience professor Dr. Steve Mahler. The...

UCI Generates Preliminary Evidence of a Gene Mutation That May Reduce Risk of Alzheimer’s Disease

Through new developments in Alzheimer’s research, UCI scientists have uncovered evidence of P522R, a particular gene mutation that may aid in minimizing the...

Women in STEM: Perspectives in the Changing Field of Biological Sciences

In today’s increasingly diverse STEM population, 46% of all biological scientists in the U.S. identify as female. Compared to years before, the field...

UCI’s Department of Informatics Makes New Strides in Epilepsy Patient Care

The Department of Informatics at UCI hosted a virtual research seminar titled “Was That a Seizure? Diagnosis in Lived Experience and Medical Practice”...

Bird is the Word: The UCI Neuromechanics Lab

The UCI Neuromechanics Lab, run by associate professor Dr. Monica A. Daley of the ecology and evolutionary biology department, is currently studying guinea...

UCI Ph.D Student Researches Health Equity and Environmental Justice to Better Her Community

Connie Valencia, a first-generation Latina Ph.D. candidate at UC Irvine, is researching the inequity and health issues that low-income Latino communities face in...

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