Stacked in gravity-defying arrangements in the western San Bernardino Mountains, near the San Andreas Fault, granite boulders that should have been toppled by earthquakes long ago resolutely remain. In exploring why these rocks still stand, researchers have uncovered connections between Southern California’s San Jacinto and San Andreas faults that could change how the region plans for future earthquakes.
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As head of the county’s largest hospital and only medical school, Howard Federoff has his finger on the pulse of the vast UC Irvine Health enterprise
This year’s commencement for UCI’s 50th graduating class will stretch over four days in the Bren Events Center, and 7,057 Anteaters will participate. Ten school-based events will be held, featuring addresses by renowned leaders in business, technology, athletics and law.
Current and former honorees discuss their service projects and subsequent accomplishments – and the award’s lasting influence.
We check in with Kathy Dong, Jasmine Fang and Armaan Rowther in advance of the Tibetan spiritual leader’s summer visit to campus.
Brandon Brown, assistant professor of public health, found a novel way to honor the heroes…
A fluorescent green limb pokes outward from a cell wall under a high-powered microscope. The…
UCI team uses novel technique to track key protein in deadly virus
UCI expert discusses facts and fallacies about seasonal scourge and staying healthy through the holidays
UCI earthquake expert Lisa Grant Ludwig discusses faults, fallacies and the upcoming preparedness event