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UC Irvine scientist helps link climate change to Madagascar’s megadrought
Apr 18, 2024
Scholars are honored for their efforts to advance science or its applications.
Apr 16, 2024
Vazquez is the first person in her family to enroll in graduate school, and she’s also one of UCI’s very first climate justice fellows. 
Apr 16, 2024
Arctic and boreal latitudes are warming faster than any other region on Earth. In three new studies, Earth system scientists at the University of California, Irvine report how the ecosystems in these regions are changing.
Apr 12, 2024
On April 4, the UC Irvine Office of Inclusive Excellence, alongside the Latinx Resource Center and Graduate Division, hosted the seventh annual Latino Excellence and Achievement Awards Dinner (LEAD…
Apr 9, 2024
The finding may help policymakers respond to the crisis.
Apr 8, 2024
The event saw people from all walks witness a rare celestial event.
Apr 8, 2024
An eclipse viewing event is happening April 8th at the UC Irvine School of Physical Sciences.
Apr 5, 2024
As an ambassador, Castenda's helping her community learn about and enjoy the upcoming solar eclipse.
Apr 1, 2024
The award will help Lee and his lab develop optical fiber technology for advanced imaging.
Mar 28, 2024
The honor recognizes Xin’s contributions to AI-powered transmission microscopy and 3D imaging.
Mar 27, 2024
The olympiad saw over 900 students from 49 different schools visit campus to compete in science contests.
Mar 25, 2024
Professor Sarah Finkeldei is bringing new life to the decades-old facility.