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The UCI story behind a top carbon capture company

Professor Shane Ardo’s lab is helping UCI Chemistry alumnus CX Xiang develop field-defining carbon capture technology.

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At UCI, Fadle studied inequality as it manifests in the way we build our cities.
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Takase worked with Professor Anton Gorodetski on math and quantum mechanics.
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Sutherland never thought getting a Ph.D. in math also meant he’d also become something else: a translator of foreign languages.
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Howard came to UCI in 2017 with one goal: to ask crazy questions about the universe.
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Whitfield came to UCI and rode to the stars with Professor Aomawa Shields.
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Perymon came to UCI to make the way we address environmental problems more equitable.
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Yang’s research path has led her to one of science’s most tantalizing questions: How did life on Earth begin?
Jun 10, 2022
Safavi did her undergraduate and graduate studies in the UCI Department of Chemistry.
Jun 10, 2022
As climate change advances, communities across the United States are adapting to the increased threat of wildfires. Such disasters are expected to become more frequent and severe. In this lecture, Dr…
Jun 10, 2022
Aspirin changes the way colorectal cancer cell populations evolve over time, making them less able to survive and proliferate, according to a new study.
Jun 9, 2022
Next up: Does the medication offer protection against other forms of cancer?
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The award is the highest honor bestowed by the American Chemical Society's Southern California chapter.