Protein called reflectin could be used to improve performance of biomedical devices. Alon Gorodetsky, assistant professor of chemical engineering & materials science at The Henry Samueli School of Engineering, led the research team.
Sensory appeal: UCI engineers make technology interactive Irvine company InXus Interactive has developed Verve which uses a set of seven sensors, corresponding cables and a central unit that relays sensory information to a computer, telling it what to do.
An app a day. New Calit2 division uses technology to put patients in control of their health.
Using Robots for Rehab A five-year, $1.5 million grant from the National Institutes of Health will be used by UC Irvine biomedical, mechanical & aerospace engineering professor David Reinkensmeyer, to test the effectiveness of robot-assisted recovery in stroke patients.
Brief exercise immediately enhances memory, UCI study finds A short burst of moderate exercise enhances the consolidation of memories in both healthy older adults and those with mild cognitive impairment.
Motion promotion Founded by Dr. Dan Cooper, UC Irvine’s Pediatric Exercise Research Center studies of how – and how much – exercise works to avert type 2 diabetes, limit asthma attacks, thwart arthritis, prevent cancer, encourage mineralization in growing bones, and improve the quality of life for kids with chronic diseases and congenital disorders.
Can exercise make kids smarter? This is the second in a three-part series of essays by UC Irvine pediatrician Dr. Dan Cooper on children and exercise.This is the second in a three-part series of essays by UC Irvine pediatrician Dr. Dan Cooper on children and exercise.
Redefining dance. Recent M.F.A. grad works to integrate disabled and nondisabled performers.
March 10, 2014: President Obama Honors 2012-2013 NCAA Division 1 Champions a gives a Shoutout to UC Irvine Men’s Volleyball team (gives UC Irvine Shoutouts (:47 & 1:52)