• A Mission To Invent a Bottle That Takes the Salt Out of Saltwater

    “Imagine if you could dip a plastic bottle in the ocean and have that container take the salt out of the water in front of your eyes." – Shane Ardo, UCI Professor of Chemistry, describing his invention to desalinate seawater using using the sun’s energy.

  • Chasing fireflies from prairie to lab

    UCI scientist uses bioluminescence to shed light on multicellular interactions

  • UCI Doctoral Candidate Mya Le Thai on her Energy Storage Breakthrough

    Imagine a battery that can last a lifetime without being replaced.

  • Ralph Cicerone, fourth UCI chancellor and acclaimed scientist, dies at 73

    The School of Physical Sciences is deeply saddened by the loss of Ralph Cicerone. He played a central role in moving UCI to a premier position as a top research university. His design for the Department of Earth System Science was unique and well ahead of its time, bringing together top scientists to study a problem of crucial importance to humanity: climate change. Ralph will be dearly missed. To leave tributes and condolences go to ps.uci.edu/memorial/RalphCicerone

  • Physicists confirm possible discovery of fifth force of nature

    Professors Jonathan Feng and Tim Tait have found evidence of a fifth force of nature and a new particle that could have implications for the unification of forces and efforts to understand the dark matter that pervades the universe.

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