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In his January State of the Union address, President Obama said that natural gas could be a low-emission "bridge fuel" that could allow the U.S. to...
Switching from coal to natural gas for power generation won't do much to reduce U.S. greenhouse gas emissions and might even raise them slightly, in...
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How do you get thousands of people excited about an online course in math, physics, and public health that will not earn them formal credit or any...
One moment in Season Two, Episode 5 of AMC’s “The Walking Dead” really struck UC Irvine mathematician Sarah Eichhorn. As fans know, the show’s...
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Breath analysis may prove to be an accurate, noninvasive way to quickly determine the severity of bacterial and other infections, according to a UC...
In an attempt to bring a scientific and data-driven approach to the debate surrounding gun control, two mathematicians from the University of...
High school students Samantha Hurtado and Ivan Lomeli are spending their summer at UC Irvine researching open star clusters. “By finding the distance...
On a barren hill overlooking the sweeping Irvine landscape, the UC Irvine Observatory sits isolated from city lights, its telescopes and visitors'...