Gorodetsky receives Young Faculty Award from DARPA

With a $2.8 million grant, UCI assistant professor of chemical engineering & materials science Alon Gorodetsky and colleagues are working with Under Armour to create a fabric based on the adaptive principles of squid skin that will enable wearers to regulate their own temperature.

UCI scientists partner with Under Armour to create squidlike fabric for self-regulating thermal comfort

Based on fictional dinosaurs and squid, technology could protect soldiers and structures

Now you see it: Invisibility material created by UCI engineers

Protein called reflectin could be used to improve performance of biomedical devices

Exploring technology of squid skin