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Dr. Robert McCarron shares UCI program success with Congressional committee

Train New Trainers Primary Care Fellowships expand delivery

Autonomous vehicle technology vulnerable to road object spoofing and vanishing attacks

UC Irvine researchers find security flaws in first- and next-generation LiDAR systems

Parry’s Phacelia, a plant with purple flowers, native to Southern California, grows beneath burnt brush.

Study finds drought fuels invasive species after wildfires

UCI biologists highlight critical link between drought, wildfires and coastal ecosystem transformations

Philip Kiser, UCI associate professor of physiology & biophysics as well as ophthalmology,

UC Irvine study shows similarities and differences in human and insect vision formation

Discovery offers insights into retinal disease origins and potential therapeutic targets

UC Irvine researcher receives award from his homeland, the Republic of Cyprus

Kyriacos Athanasiou was honored for his pioneering contributions in biomedical engineering

UCI Health and Lifepoint Rehabilitation break ground on rehabilitation hospital

New inpatient facility in Irvine will enhance rehabilitation services in Orange County

Bill Tomlinson, UCI professor of informatics

UC Irvine researcher authors ‘scientists’ warning’ on climate and technology

Academics explore roles of clean energy and AI in combating global warming

The UCI School of Medicine team members who helped develop new viral vectors that will advance neural circuit mapping include, from left, front row: Michele Wu, Alexis Bouin, Ginny Wu, Qiao Ye and Xiangmin Xu; back row: Todd Holmes, Bert Semler, Orkide Koyuncu and Liqi Tong.

UC Irvine-led research team creates novel rabies viral vectors for neural circuit mapping

New tools can detect microstructural changes in aging and Alzheimer’s disease brain neurons

Amanda Geller (bottom left), UCI associate professor of criminology, law and society and co-director of the university’s top-ranked online M.A.S. program in the subject, flanks some of the 93 students in the current cohort.

UC Irvine online criminology master’s program again rated No. 1 in nation

U.S. News & World Report has ranked it best for five consecutive years

ANTrepreneur Center director Ryan Foland takes a selfie with participants in the AI Innovation Challenge.

UC Irvine’s ANTrepreneur Center announces winners of AI Innovation Challenge

Competition honors solutions in health, entertainment and student experiences