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  • Asteroid named after professor Virginia Trimble

    Asteroid 1978VT8 has a new name. The Minor Planet Center of the International Astronomical Union recently dubbed it 9271Trimble in honor of Virginia Trimble, UCI professor of physics & astronomy.

  • UCI scientists develop new chemical tool to study RNA structures inside cells

    The technique could facilitate a better grasp of how RNA structures fold and form in cells, as well as help in the design of drugs targeting RNA.

  • UCI, JPL investigators find direct evidence of sea level ‘fingerprints’

    Indicators of global climate change are detected in tropical oceans.

  • UC Irvine astronomers make a hundred million discoveries — black holes

    Astronomers from UC Irvine have concluded that as many as 100 million black holes exist in our galaxy – a tally far more than previously believed and shocking even to the three researchers.

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