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Scientists have more bad news for drought-stricken California: The climate warming expected in this century is likely to result in even less water...
Southern California students who excel in astronomy and physics but are traditionally underrepresented in those fields will soon get a big boost...
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Check out the latest issue of The Dynamic Earth, ESS's quarterly newsletter.
Kevork Abazajian of the University of California, Irvine shows that a sterile neutrino with a mass of 7 kilo-electron-volts (keV) could be a viable...
Check out the School of Physical Sciences eNewsletter "Physical Matters."
UC Irvine researchers played a key part in findings released this week about the rate at which the universe expanded after the Big Bang and continues...
Jorg Meyer is known among UC Irvine’s Physical Sciences as the man who can fix or craft any glass instrument the imagination can concoct. Meyer’s...
Just a fraction of the carbon that finds its way into Earth’s oceans–the black soot and charcoal residue of fires–stays there for thousands of years...
FOR MOST OF US, a declining memory is a normal consequence of growing old. But why? What’s happening in the brain that causes age-related memory...
A tiny galaxy circling the Milky Way may be a fossil left over from the early universe, astronomers say. A recent study found that the stars in the...
THERE’S MORE TO THE COSMOS THAN MEETS THE EYE. In late February, dark matter hunters from around the world gathered at the University of California,...
All that’s gold does not glitter, thanks to new work by UC Irvine scientists that could reduce glare from solar panels and electronic displays and...