Month: January 2018

Arctic lakes are releasing relatively young carbon, UCI-led study discovers

Findings paint less dire climate picture, as ancient emissions are more harmful

UCI scientists develop new chemical tool to study RNA structures inside cells

Innovation could advance pharmaceutical, cancer prevention research

Stephen Tucker, UCI

Orchestral homage

Concert highlighting African American composers will cap conference for college conductors, kick off Black History Month

UCI senior Michelle Kalu

Ph.D. ‘pipeline’ promotes diversity

Programs aim to boost number of minority students seeking, earning biomedical doctorates

UCI-led study identifies assets, needs of county’s fastest-growing immigrant community

Uniform treatment masks Asian American, Native Hawaiian, Pacific Islander diversity

UCI to host forum about America’s identity at home and abroad

EVENT:  The United States is facing a peculiar time in which it’s unusually difficult to take stock of ourselves. If we had to say what underpins America today, if we were forced to choose our core beliefs or values as a nation, it’s not clear that we could readily do so. Keynote speaker Jill Lepore, […]

Rise in severity of hottest days outpaces global average temperature increase

UCI study also finds megacities affected most by uptick in extreme-heat events

UC receives $10 million Mellon Foundation grant to support advanced humanities research

Gift provides initial endowment funding to sustain core activities on all UC campuses

Wound warriors

UCI alumni, doctor engineer potential stem cell treatment for diabetic foot ulcers

Marine vegetation can mitigate ocean acidification, UCI study finds

Conservation of shoreline plants and seaweeds could, in turn, help preserve shellfish habitats