Sep 30, 2010
“SIMPL-CD” Proposal Garners NIH Distinction for BME Assistant Professor

Michelle Khine receives NIH New Innovator Award

Advances in microfluidic devices point to a promising future of accurate, portable, inexpensive technology for improving the diagnosis of a myriad of diseases in areas where access to advanced medical equipment is limited. Michelle Khine, assistant professor of biomedical engineering and chemical engineering and materials science, will use a $2.295 million National Institutes of Health (NIH) Director’s New Innovator Award to develop Khine’s existing micro- and nanofabrication technology to create microfluidic devices to detect rotavirus infections from saliva samples in children in developing countries.

Sep 30, 2010
UC Irvine's BME Department Among 6 Largest in the Country

Sep 29, 2010
ChEMS Professor Receives Prestigious IEEE Award for Outstanding Sustained Technical Contribution

Frank Shi honored by IEEE Components, Packaging and Manufacturing Technology Society

Sep 27, 2010
Mission Accomplished

ASUCI president Sitara Nayudu’s speech welcoming new students marks a personal triumph

Sep 1, 2010
Software Research Project Gets $10 Million in NSF Funding

UCI team part of effort to maximize computer performance with minimal energy

Aug 12, 2010
Grant to Fund Stroke Robotic-Recovery Study

MAE professor receives a five-year, $1.5 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to determine the efficacy of robot assistance in restoring these fine motor skills

Aug 5, 2010
CAMP Counselor

Kika Friend helps prepare students in UCI's minority participation program for math, science careers

Jun 28, 2010
Trashing the Ocean

On a clear spring day at Crystal Cove State Park, UC Irvine professor William Cooper and undergraduate Tova Handelman sift though a mound of seaweed and sand, oblivious to the curious stares of beachgoers. They're too busy studying trash.

"Look at all this plastic!" says Cooper, picking out a pellet no bigger than a grain of rice from his growing pile. "This is a 'nurdle.' They're used to make plastic products. They shouldn't be on the beach, but if you look closely, they're all over."

Jun 28, 2010
Toxic Tides

This summer, surfers and swimmers will risk more than sunburn — the ocean could make them sick. Samueli School researchers are testing the waters and working to improve the detection, identification, measurement and elimination of coastal pollutants.

Jun 9, 2010
BME Undergraduates Recognized For Innovation in Design Projects

Student groups awarded financial support for National Collegiate Inventors and Innovators Alliance Competition

Jun 8, 2010
The Entertainer

Engineering student Jared DiBartolomeo helps revive ragtime for a new generation

Ragtime — that bright, toe-tapping piano music that flourished in bars, brothels and parlor rooms in the early 1900s — has found an unlikely promoter and practitioner at UC Irvine: a young civil engineering student named Jared DiBartolomeo.

Jun 7, 2010
Commencement 2010: By the Numbers

We take a calculated look at the emotional event – and at UCI's past academic year

May 19, 2010
Incubating Innovation

TechPortal launched at Calit2 to nurture startup companies marketing UCI-generated inventions

As the moving walkway whisks travelers through Brussels Airport in Belgium, they wave and gesture at brightly colored depictions of themselves on a 48-foot-wide display wall. The images wave back from the expanse of 42 monitors.

Apr 30, 2010
The Big Picture

Video wall helps break down barriers

Apr 20, 2010
Proposals Win New Initiative Grants

First recipients of the Large-Scale Interdisciplinary Research Ignition Initiative include Samueli School Professors Mark Bachman and David Reinkensmeyer

Apr 19, 2010
UCI Announces 2010 Medal Recipients

Samueli School Professor Scott Samuelsen Awarded UC Irvine’s most prestigious honor

Apr 15, 2010
Improving Power Management for Mobile Devices

EECS Assistant Professor Ahmed Eltawil awarded prestigious CAREER award

Apr 7, 2010
A Glass Half Empty

UCI hydrologist Jay Famiglietti calls much-needed attention to California's dwindling groundwater supply

It may have been a rainy winter, but there's still cause for concern about California's water supply. Just ask Jay Famiglietti, UC Irvine Earth system science professor and founding director of the new UC Center for Hydrologic Modeling, which aims to help the state tackle its drought-induced water crisis.

Apr 5, 2010
Biomedical Engineering Names New Department Chair

“Lab on a Chip” expert Professor Abraham Lee to begin July 1, 2010

Mar 15, 2010
Sorting Cells, Saving Lives

UCI fellowship winner working on device to expedite disease diagnosis, treatment

A two-day wait for blood test results turned into a hospital stay for Rodrigo Martinez-Duarte’s wife, Anne-Carole. A routine infection spread to her kidneys, making her very sick, while confirmation of her diagnosis was pending.


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