CaSTL earns $20 million grant to observe molecules in action
The UC Irvine Center for Chemistry at the Space-Time Limit (CaSTL) has received a $20 million renewal award from the National Science Foundation to continue its ground-breaking work in pushing the limits of interrogating chemistry on ultrafast and ultra small scales. Ultimately, the goal is capture chemistry in the act on the single-molecule level.
http://ps.uci.edu/news/8418
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President Barack Obama's Commencement Speech Highlights UCI Climate Change Research
“UC Irvine set up the first Earth System Science department in America” -President Obama at UC Irvine Commencement, June 14, 2014
http://ps.uci.edu/news/8402
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Read the School's eNewsletter: Physical Matters
President Barack Obama’s commencement speech at UCI last month was brimming with accolades for the impact of the research from the School of Physical Sciences. Read more. 
http://ucischoolofphysicalsciences.cmail1.com/t/ViewEmail/t/0646612EE00AE2D7/F1A10A06BF211A3CC5EC08CADFFC107B
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Molecule unmasked
Doctoral students Zhumin Han, Chen Xu and Chi-lun Chiang (from left) used a huge scanning tunneling microscope and a tiny carbon monoxide needle – both hand-built in Professor Wilson Ho’s lab – to view detailed molecular structures that had only been imagined.
http://ps.uci.edu/news/8390
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Loh Down on Science

Sandra Tsing Loh shares The Loh Down on the Chemiscope, the cutting edge tool to observe molecules in action. UCI researchers from the Center for Chemistry at the Space-Time Limit (CaSTL) are at the forefront of revolutionizing chemistry.  Check out the 90 second, witty, radio segment below! 

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