Science & Technology

UCI researchers invent a health monitoring wearable that operates without a battery

Biosensor continuously tracks pulse and wirelessly communicates with nearby devices

UCI’s 2022-23 Hellman Fellows, from upper left, clockwise: Ariyan Johnson, Katherine Thompson-Peer, Benis Egoh, Xiaoyu Shi, Yanning Shen, Nadia Chernyak and Samar Al-Bulushi.

Seven UCI faculty members named Hellman Fellows for 2022-23

Program supports research by assistant professors

Two UCI teams to participate in Orange County Sustainability Decathlon 2023

Competition challenges engineers to design and build net-zero carbon energy buildings

NASA grant supports UCI-led project to remotely monitor changes in beaches, dunes

New techniques to measure coastal topography will improve understanding of flood risk

Alon Gorodetsky shows off the adaptive heat-managing composite material his lab developed that is nicknamed after its inspiration: squid skin.

Squid skin-inspired material a game changer

Alon Gorodetsky’s lab creates wrappable substance with amazing insulation properties – and potential commercial use

UCI researchers aim to diversify clinical research participation with $3.7 million NIH grant

The multidisciplinary team will focus on participant recruitment and retainment for Alzheimer’s disease and related disorders research

Building a community that’s got game

Games+Learning+Society Conference seeks to unite and enlighten the multibillion-dollar industry

Aerial photo of the city of Irvine

UCI receives Excellence in Action Award for water conservation

National award recognizes partnership with the Irvine Ranch Water District

UCI scientists observe effects of heat in materials with atomic resolution

Research will benefit design of future electronic and thermoelectric technologies

Human-triggered California wildfires more severe than natural blazes

UCI scientists make the discovery using improved tracking algorithms