In the Media

Jul 2, 2024
In the Santa Ana foothills high above Irvine, you'll find some small patches of land beneath hoop houses that've been deliberately kept in drought for the past 17 years.
Jun 28, 2024
The Doomsday Glacier, predicted to raise global sea level by more than half a meter, could be exposed to more warm ocean water than previously thought.
Jun 17, 2024
A new study suggests that spillover of tropospheric ozone is affecting measurements of stratospheric ozone recovery more than previously realized.
Jun 14, 2024
Researching one of the most puzzling unsolved problems in physics.
May 29, 2024
Warming waters are reaching several miles into Antarctica’s Thwaites Glacier—nicknamed the “doomsday glacier” because of its potential impact on sea-level rise.
Apr 23, 2024
Joshua Britton is the founder and CEO of Debut, a biotechnology company that's doing things differently.
Apr 19, 2024
Major transformations are occurring within Arctic and boreal ecosystems, which are warming at a faster rate than the rest of the planet.
Apr 19, 2024
Physical Sciences alum Erin Joy Araneta featured in Chemical & Engineering News.
Apr 19, 2024
The latest report warns of climate change effects on megadrought in Madagascar, which can worsen, and result in devastating impacts on communities and wildlife.
Apr 8, 2024
An eclipse viewing event is happening April 8th at the UC Irvine School of Physical Sciences.
Mar 5, 2024
A physics and astronomy professor staked out in the dark at Anza-Borrego Desert State Park to capture the cosmos.
Feb 29, 2024
Scientists have proposed a new way to learn whether hypothetical particles called axions really exist—and whether axions make up most of the universe’s dark matter