Campus News

James Randerson named Ralph J. & Carol M. Cicerone Chair of Earth System Science

UCI expert on climate and environment is first to hold new endowed position

C’mon get happy: Upbeat songs by female singers dominate the charts, UCI study finds

But researchers also see an increase in sadder tunes in recent years

Comedian and TV show host W. Kamau Bell to speak at UCI on racism

EVENT: Comedian W. Kamau Bell, host and executive producer of the Emmy Award-winning CNN show “United Shades of America,” will speak at UCI as part of the “Perspectives on Bias, Prejudice & Bigotry” public lecture series, sponsored by the campus’s Confronting Extremism initiative. WHEN/WHERE: Tuesday, May 22, Irvine Barclay Theatre (bldg. 1, grid E9 on […]

Statement from UCI about AFSCME strike

Campus, medical center operations proceed as scheduled

UCI scientist helps create nanomaterials that mimic living tissue

A team of researchers including Allon Hochbaum, UCI assistant professor of chemical engineering & materials science, has made a breakthrough recently in creating synthetic materials that behave like living tissue. In a paper published in Nature Chemistry, the scientists discuss the development of nanomaterials that transform in response to chemical signals. Applying amino acids to […]

UCI’s Eric Rignot and Steven White elected to National Academy of Sciences

Earth system scientist and physicist recognized for original research

UCI Earth system scientist joins international team studying Thwaites Glacier in Antarctica

Mathieu Morlighem, UCI assistant professor of Earth system science, is contributing his expertise in ice sheet numerical modeling to the newly launched International Thwaites Glacier Collaboration. The five-year, $25 million project, co-sponsored by the National Science Foundation and the U.K.’s Natural Environment Research Council, aims to provide answers to some of the most pressing inquiries […]

Stricter FAA regulations on pilots linked to higher fares, fewer flights

UCI study also finds low-cost, regional air carriers disproportionately affected

UCI stands out for serving poor students

All UCs recognized for upward mobility success in new report

UCI calls for volunteers as NIH’s landmark $1.5 billion precision medicine research effort launches nationwide

Irvine, Calif., May 1, 2018 — The All of Us Research Program opens for national enrollment Sunday, May 6. Led by the National Institutes of Health (NIH), All of Us is an unprecedented effort to gather genetic, biological, environmental, health and lifestyle data from 1 million or more volunteer participants living in the United States. […]