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Cosmic rays, most of which come speeding through the Milky Way from outside of our solar system, crash into the Earth’s atmosphere at energies high...
On Nov. 2, the United Nations' Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change will release its "Synthesis Report," the final stage in a yearlong document...
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President used UC Irvine’s excellence in global change research as launching pad for major climate change speech. Tells graduates “we need you” to...
“I have a very vivid memory of our first encounter,” says Toshi Tajima, speaking of Professor Norman Rostoker. “Upon my arrival at John Wayne Airport...
“Shocking!!!!!!!!!!!!!!” Overjoyed researcher Chi-lun Chiang of UC Irvine physicist Wilson Ho’s group penned that inscription, complete with 14...
Particle physics will become even more of an international endeavor in the coming decades, according to a panel charged with developing a strategic...
It's a gamble that leading U.S. particle physicists say they must take: To finally get started on building their next megaproject at the United...
The accelerator mass spectrometer at UC Irvine, one of only a handful in the nation, can help predict the future by giving us a window into the past.
Centuries from now, a large swath of the West Antarctic ice sheet is likely to be gone, its hundreds of trillions of tons of ice melted, causing a...
Greenland’s icy reaches are far more vulnerable to warm ocean waters from climate change than had been thought, according to new research by UC...
Xiaoqing Pan, an internationally recognized researcher in the physics of materials, will join the UC Irvine faculty and lead a $20 million initiative...
A rapidly melting section of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet appears to be in irreversible decline, with nothing to stop the entire glacial basin from...