The Future of Health

Sep 14, 2021
One studies waves and patterns in nature, one studies how climate change will affect agriculture, and one uses math to understand things like droughts. Meet the new faculty of the UCI School of Physical Sciences.
May 26, 2021
The fellowship provides an annual stipend of $34,000 as well as tuition support.  
Jun 29, 2021
A home experiment when Nowick was 8 helped catalyze the UCI chemistry professor’s career.
Jun 2, 2021
A chat between three different scientists on the similar methods they each use. 
Jun 10, 2021
Ph.D. graduate Sierra Williams harnessing lightning bug light to illuminate diseases like cancer.
May 18, 2021
Evolutionary theory, according to the UCI mathematician, emerges everywhere in the natural world.
Apr 8, 2021
Understanding how HIV propagates in the body could help with the development of new treatments for the disease it causes — AIDS.
Jun 26, 2020
There are two reasons Lora Weiss came to UCI to get a Ph.D. The first is that, until Weiss moved to California in 2014, she’d never lived anywhere but the Midwest, and “I wanted to try something new,” she said.
May 8, 2020
Professor Albert Siryaporn couldn’t have known it, but research he and a team of scientists published last year in December would, just a few months later, position him and his lab to combat the raging coronavirus pandemic.
Apr 20, 2020
The air that pours into your lungs when you breathe travels, on average, at about 10 centimeters a second. But it’s often not just air you’re breathing. There can be dust, pollen, soot and bacteria in air, and now, floating inside the droplets that people emit when they cough and sneeze and talk, there can be the coronavirus.
Apr 7, 2020
Widespread testing, even of those not showing symptoms, is one of the most effective ways to track the prevalence of coronavirus infections in communities.
Apr 3, 2020
Coronavirus is not the only virus plaguing humanity. Human immunodeficiency virus, or HIV, began befalling us in 1981, and with about 32 million people dead to date due to complications caused by the virus, it has yet to loosen its chokehold.