Warm ocean drives most Antarctic ice shelf loss, UC Irvine and others show. Findings are a game changer for future forecasts about thawing continent
Month: June 2013
Nine commencement ceremonies will draw more than 35,000 visitors, with countless more watching over live Web stream
Eleven UC Irvine students have received the Benjamin Gilman International Scholarship for the 2013-14 academic year.
Sina Poorkasmaei, a UC Irvine graduate student in electrical engineering & computer science, was among 12 student finalists from universities around the globe competing recently in a poster session at Broadcom’s annual Technical Conference.
With $10 million in new federal funding, UC Irvine researchers will study how maternal signals and care before and after birth may increase an infant’s vulnerability to adolescent cognitive and emotional problems, such as risky behaviors, addiction and depression.
Elected chair leads the direction and business affairs of the UC Irvine Foundation, a community-based organization that supports the university through private philanthropy and personal advocacy.
Figures offer sneak peek at circumstances behind pomp
Just as the U.S. outsources dangerous carbon dioxide emissions to China, rich coastal provinces in that country are outsourcing emissions to
poorer provinces in the interior, according to UC Irvine and other climate researchers.
Irvine, Calif., June 10, 2013 – The least massive galaxy in the known universe has been measured by UC Irvine scientists, clocking in at just 1,000 or so stars with a bit of dark matter holding them together. The findings, made with the world’s most powerful telescopes at the W. M. Keck Observatory and published today […]
This year’s wildfire season could be a rough one in already ravaged Amazon rain forests, according to new predictions by UC Irvine and NASA scientists.