Gregory Washington

New engineering dean gears up for fiscal challenge

Gregory Washington knows the mechanics of staying cool under pressure.

Waste not, want not

UCI invents way to turn sewage into hydrogen power.

Music Glove

An app a day

New Calit2 division uses technology to put patients in control of their health.

Mikael Nilsson

Taking the ‘waste’ out of nuclear waste

While spent nuclear fuel continues to pile up by the ton across the United States, engineering professor Mikael Nilsson says the solution is clear: recycle it at the commercial nuclear power plants that create it.

2011 Lauds & Laurels recipients

Awards presented by UCI Alumni Association at May 12 ceremony.

Alexandra Cousteau

UCI to honor activist Alexandra Cousteau

Granddaughter of famed undersea explorer will receive Human Security Award for work on global water issues.

Behrouz Shafei

Fellowship winner is engineering a better future

Doctoral candidate gauges infrastructure vulnerability to natural disasters.

Tennis standout comes from an extended Anteater family

Undergraduate and tennis standout Kristina Smith comes from an extended family of UCI alumni that includes her grandmother Mary Myers, mother Maria Smith, nine aunts and uncles, and a cousin or two.

RapidTech printed products

Professor Michael Martinez

New RapidTech Center on campus helps researchers and entrepreneurs swiftly design and build product prototypes.

Wendy Liu

Improving biomedical implants

UCI researcher Wendy Liu is trying to make the lifesaving devices less life-threatening.