Science & Technology

UCI-led astronomers capitalize on early access to James Webb Space Telescope data

Advanced instruments aid in development of coherent picture of extragalactic nucleus

Andrew Noymer (left) and Chen Li.

An early warning system for future pandemics?

Researchers hunt for tipoffs in social media and public data

UCI flood modeling framework reveals heightened risk and disparities in Los Angeles

High-resolution platform assesses hazards every 10 feet across 2,700-square-mile expanse

UCI, national laboratory scientists probe carbon sequestration at the molecular level

Ultrathin films of water on metal-rich rocks convert CO2 into solid minerals

Disaster drill aims to aid the elderly

NSF-funded CareDEX project tests Internet of Things technologies in mock emergency

Dignitaries mark opening of an advanced mobility research facility on the UCI campus

HIMaC2 researchers will explore zero-emission, connected and autonomous vehicles and energy technologies

Desiré Whitmore Ph.D. '11

Laser-focused on science education

Desiré Whitmore, also known as LaserChick, is a physicist and advocate for underrepresented groups in STEM

UCI and BlackBerry win National Science Foundation convergence accelerator grant

Irvine, Calif., Oct. 12, 2022 – The National Science Foundation has awarded $750,000 to a multidisciplinary team from the University of California, Irvine’s Cybersecurity Policy & Research Institute, its Donald Bren School of Information and Computer Sciences and BlackBerry to address the challenges around secure communications on public 5G networks. The funds are being allocated […]

Decarbonization leads to more equable air quality in California

UCI study shows how climate mitigation options would affect health of various communities

Three UCI scientists win NIH Director’s New Innovator Awards

High-Risk, High-Reward grants will support biomedical research projects