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2013-2014 marks the 11th year of the Physical Sciences Undergraduate Mentoring (PSUM) program. This year, 88 students were paired with alumni and...
President Barack Obama’s commencement speech at UCI last month was brimming with accolades for the impact of the research from the School of Physical...
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UC Irvine physicist Tim Tait has been elected fellow of the American Physical Society (APS) for his contributions to the field.
At some level, everything that happens to you happens because of the interactions between matter and matter, matter and radiation, or radiation and...
Antartica is melting. That point few will dispute. Figuring out how and why and what it means for the distant continent and sea levels everywhere are...
UC Irvine mathematician Qing Nie has been named fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). Election as an AAAS Fellow...
The UCI School of Physical Sciences is proud to welcome graduate students Joel Langford and Yuriy Slutskyy the first recipients of F. S. and Joan...
Behind every can of hair spray, oven cleaner, WD-40 and other aerosols du jour incorporated in our lives, lies a public seal of approval that...
Ranging from solar energy and climate simulation to laser electron acceleration and mathematical models, the new faculty members bring innovation and...
A new study has detected air pollutants, including carcinogens, in areas downwind of Canada's main fossil fuel hub in Alberta at levels rivaling...
Levels of contaminants higher than in some of the world’s most polluted cities have been found downwind of Canada’s largest oil, gas and tar sands...
What does mathematics have to do with a zombie apocalypse? I recently had to ask myself that question after being asked to be one of the instructors...