Risks of laser-based uranium enrichment outweigh rewards, says UCI economist Linda Cohen.
UCI hydrologist Jay Famiglietti calls much-needed attention to California’s dwindling groundwater supply.
Plants that grow rapidly have poor internal defenses against pests. So it’s ladybugs, and others, to the rescue.
UCI Earth science graduate students created a blog that predicts and explains the science behind Orange County weather.
San Joaquin wetlands manager William Bretz helps preserve the fragile ecosystem for UCI researchers and students, as well as the creatures that depend on the marsh for survival.
E-waste expert Oladele Ogunseitan seeks to eradicate toxins from cell phones, computers and other common electronic products.
Glaciers in West Greenland are melting 100 times more rapidly at their end points beneath the ocean than they are at their surfaces, according to a UC Irvine/NASA study.
New information about the inner workings of earthquake faults could change how experts estimate the potential for the next “big one,” according to UC Irvine researchers.
Turfgrass management can create more greenhouse gas than plants remove from atmosphere, study finds.
Like a dirty filter, the Earth’s oceans are growing less efficient at absorbing vast amounts of carbon dioxide, the major greenhouse gas produced by fossil-fuel burning, reports a study co-authored by Francois Primeau, UC Irvine Earth system science associate professor.