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Current vaccine approaches have led to the greatest era of human health in the history of civilization. However, scientists are still struggling to...
Earth System Science undergraduate alum, Dinali Mallikage, gives us an inside look at her internship with the Irvine Ranch Conservancy. As a GIS...
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Massive glaciers in Antarctica are losing ice much faster than expected, potentially accelerating the threat of rising seas to low-lying coastal...
Atmospheric chemistry graduate students Kristine Arquero and Paige Aiona have been awarded the 2014 Ford Foundation Pre-Doctoral Fellowships. Only 60...
Have you ever seen molecules bond, break or hula hoop? Chemist Ara Apkarian has. He and his team at the University of California Irvine are...
When UC Irvine’s Engineering Tower was built in 1970, women’s bathrooms were not included. Architects didn’t see a need with so few female engineers...
What the microscope did to unlock the secrets of biology, the "chemiscope" is intended to do, to revolutionize chemistry. The ultimate goal is to...
University High School senior Kevin Lee, 17, won second place in the national Intel Science Talent Search (STS), the nation’s most prestigious pre-...
Now that Southern California has dried out from recent rains, folks can get back to worrying about the epic drought that still grips the state and...
You may have seen Michael Dennin featured on the History Channel's Ancient Aliens. No, he's not the dude with the nuclear-blast-blown hairdo and...
UC Irvine mathematician John Lowengrub has been named 2014 Julian Cole Lecturer by the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM).
UC Irvine has cracked four of the top 50 lists for the nation's best graduate schools, if you go by U.S. News & World Report's 2015 rankings.