Science & Technology

A person with a visual disability using Aira to access visual displays in an airport.

Tech for people with visual disabilities

UCI researchers collaborate with Toyota to provide Aira, a visual interpreter service, to the local community during the pandemic

UCI receives prestigious STEMM Equity Achievement Change Bronze Award

UCI became the second University of California campus to receive a prestigious STEMM Equity Achievement Change Bronze Award from the American Association for the Advancement of Science. The AAAS honor recognizes the self-assessment and tangible actions pledged by colleges and universities to promote diversity, equity, and inclusion in the fields of science, technology, engineering, mathematics, […]

UCI alum Vincent Steckler speaking to student in a lecture hall.

Alumnus Vincent Steckler ’80 and his wife donate $10.4 million to UCI

Gift will support art history students, create ICS center promoting inclusiveness

UCI scientists measure local vibrational modes at individual crystalline faults

Breakthrough research made possible by advanced microscopic techniques

UCI researchers use deep learning to identify gene regulation at single-cell level

Novel ability could further understanding and treatment of diseases such as cancer

This concept depicts astronauts and human habitats on Mars.

Making methane on Mars

How UCI physicists are making a return trip from the Red Planet a possibility

UCI engineers reveal molecular secrets of cephalopod powers

Light-manipulating proteins potentially useful in optics, electronics and medicine

Nurse attending to a patient in a hospital room.

UCI researchers create model to calculate COVID-19 health outcomes

Free online tool helps determine whether a patient will need a ventilator or ICU care

UCI joins national manufacturing cybersecurity collaboration

Calit2 to develop wireless platforms to promote sustainable factory processes

UCI researchers develop at-home coronavirus saliva test

Low-cost device includes detection technologies housed in Shrinky Dinks children’s toy