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  • Bringing passion to medical science

    Bringing passion to medical science
    Tucked away in the corner of UC Irvine is a 100,000-square-foot structure against a grassy hill. For those working inside the campus' relatively new addition, the mission is simple: Discover new technologies that help people who suffer from...
  • Irvine businessman pleads guilty to distributing Chinese-made hormone

    The president of a Santa Fe Springs company pleaded guilty Monday to illegally distributing human growth hormone, federal authorities said. David Ji, 50, admitted that his company had distributed a Chinese manufactured drug that contained somatropin -- a...
  • UCI researchers: Human brains not that dissimilar

    A group of UC Irvine scientists have contributed to an international study that could help researchers develop medicines for brain conditions. After studying two-and-a-half male human brains, the Seattle-based Allen Institute for Brain Science and the...
  • UCI researcher wins large research grant

    A UC Irvine stem cell researcher won a $4.8-million grant to fund research toward a treatment for multiple sclerosis. The California Institute for Regenerative Medicine awarded immunologist Thomas Lane, of the campus' Sue and Bill Gross Stem Cell...
  • College Roundup: OCC men shut out Santiago Canyon

    MEN'S SOCCER Orange Coast 5, Santiago Canyon 0 ORANGE — Jorge Sanchez and Brandon Brennan each had two goals and an assist for the Pirates in the Orange Empire Conference game Friday. Baji Chela added a goal and three assists and goaie Connor...
  • Community & Clubs: Cultural trip to Cuba a flashback to 1950s

     Community & Clubs: Cultural trip to Cuba a flashback to 1950s
    In the past, once a year I deviate from my usual Community & Clubs column for the Thanksgiving Turkey of the Year column and with this column, I will deviate again. * A trip to Cuba I was among a group of 65 who flew on a charter flight from Los...
  • The Doctor's Corner: Get informed on menopausal hormone therapy

    EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the second in a three-part series on menopausal hormone care. * The following is a hypothetical but typical scenario. Leann is a 50-year-old woman whose menstrual periods have stopped. She is gaining weight, flashing all night...
  • From The Boathouse: Some bad news for boaters

    Ahoy! The California Department of Boating and Waterways is now a division of the Department of Parks and Recreation. This repositioning will negatively affect boaters, boating infrastructure, on-the-water law enforcement, and boating education. The...
  • Bits of Hope

     Bits of Hope
    Sometimes a trip is more than just a great escape. That's what happened to Kallie Dovel when she first traveled to Uganda in summer 2007. It was there that she saw what women were going through: little to no education, lack of health care, extreme...
  • Smith: We should secure school campuses

    According to gunpolicy.org, a website that covers "international firearm injury, prevention and policy," there are 270 million privately owned firearms in the U.S. The U.S. is the world leader in both the number of privately owned guns and, more telling,...
  • UCI develops app that stores DNA info on smartphones

    Computer scientists at UC Irvine have developed an app that stores encrypted segments of DNA information on smartphones, giving way to countless possible medical and social uses, according to KTLA. Developers say the app, called GenoDroid, could be used...
  • A Super Bowl party for Raelyn, a child with leukemia

    A Super Bowl party for Raelyn, a child with leukemia
    The Harbaugh brothers and Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis are popular stories leading up to Super Bowl XLVII. The stories are hardly important to Greg and Rebecca Beckler of Orange County. Their attention is on Raelyn Beckler, their toddler...