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On May 14, 2015, the Alumni Association hosted the 45th annual Lauds & Laurels gala which honored outstanding members of the anteater community....
Vaccines are among the most effective human health inventions ever, yet precisely how they work remains unknown.
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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...
Qing Nie, professor of mathematics and biomedical engineering, and Thomas Schilling, professor of developmental and cell biology, earned two grants...
UCI assistant professor of physics and astronomy Jing Xia has won a National Science Foundation (NSF) CAREER Award, one of the most prestigious...
UCI mathematicians Svetlana Jitomirskaya and Daqing Wan were honored with Simons Fellowships in Mathematics. The esteemed Simons Foundations Fellows...
UCI Physical Sciences professors Matt Law, Jim Randerson and Eric Rignot have been named among the world’s most influential researchers by Thomson...
James Pitts, an influential smog researcher whose work was used to craft California's pioneering air quality regulations, has died. He was 93. Pitts...
President used UC Irvine’s excellence in global change research as launching pad for major climate change speech. Tells graduates “we need you” to...
James Pitts, a University of California researcher who helped uncover the dangers of air pollution blanketing Greater Los Angeles and who worked...
“Hello, Anteaters! That’s something I never thought I’d say.” With those words, President Barack Obama greeted more than 6,000 members of UC Irvine’s...
President used UC Irvine’s excellence in global change research as launching pad for major climate change speech. Tells graduates “we need you” to...