Engineering

For Phase 1 of the EPA’s Environmental Justice Video Challenge for Students, UCI team members created maps pinpointing soil lead contamination hot spots in Santa Ana; the red areas above show where the dirt contains unhealthy levels of the metal. Following Phase 2 of the competition, UCI students and community activists are partnering in a project to use plants and fungus to remove lead from affected locations.

Meeting the environmental justice challenge

UCI graduate students honored by EPA for bioremediation project video

Kent Nitta B.S. materials science and engineering

#IamUCI – Kent Nitta

Q&A with Class of 2023 graduate Kent Nitta, B.S. materials science and engineering

Lisa Flanagan

UC Irvine research team identifies glycosylation enzyme critical in brain formation

Findings may contribute to new therapeutic uses for neural stem cells

UCI biomedical engineer Kyriacos Athanasiou wins $6 million CIRM grant

Funding will support preclinical studies of engineered jaw joint implant

UCI Podcast Indicator

UCI Podcast: Orange County high school students delve into cardiovascular research in biomedical engineering laboratory

For NSF-funded project, participants learn about organ segmentation, 3D printing, lasers and artificial intelligence

UCI Podcast Indicator

UCI Podcast: Evaluating California’s flood risk

Brett Sanders, UCI professor of civil and environmental engineering, has been focusing his research efforts on understanding flood risk to Southern California’s communities. Over the years he has studied the impact of climate change-caused sea level rise along California’s coast. Lately he has been examining flood risk to regions further inland, in many cases affecting […]

Professor of Civil & Environmental Engineering Brett Sanders

Flood Watchers

UCI researchers sound the alarm on future Southern California deluge

UC Irvine researchers create E. coli-based water monitoring technology

Bacterium used as a live sensor to detect heavy metal contamination

Fan-Gang Zeng elected to National Academy of Engineering

Acclaimed researcher recognized for developing better treatments for hearing loss and tinnitus

American Association for the Advancement of Science honors six UC Irvine researchers

Scholars are recognized for their achievements in science and society