Science & Technology

Dr. Thomas E. Ahlering and Dr. Michael K. Louie

Robots redefining cancer surgery

UC Irvine’s innovative Robotic Oncology Center offers minimally invasive treatment in multiple disciplines.

High school students in UCI's new Summer Premed Program

Attracting pre-premed students

For two weeks this summer, 30 local high school students got a taste of what it would be like to attend medical school.

Rozanne Sandri-Goldin

Keeping science funding flowing

Noted virologist Rozanne Sandri-Goldin influences research both in and out of the lab.

Summer program gives grad students an edge

Underrepresented students get a head start on research projects and form bonds in UCI summer prep programs.

Richard Barrington

AirUCI gets teachers pumped up about chemistry

AirUCI summer workshop aims to inspire seventh- to 12th-grade science teachers so they can inspire their own students.

UCI among California universities receiving up to $122 million to create fuels from sunlight

UCI is among California universities receiving up to $122 million to create fuels from sunlight.

U.S. and Iraqi soldiers engage insurgents from a Baghdad high-rise in a Jan. 24, 2007

The first ‘YouTube wars’

UCI’s Jennifer Terry studies homemade videos by U.S. soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan.

UCI biophysicist Shin Lin leads a tai chi class

Tai chi expert goes with the flow

Biophysicist Shin Lin explores the science behind the mind-body practice of tai chi.

Astrophysicist Gregory Benford

Finding frugal aliens

‘Benford beacons’ concept could refocus search for signs of intelligent extraterrestrial life.

Michael Montoya

Forging a faster path from lab to clinic

UCI’s Institute for Clinical & Translational Science will receive $20 million over five years from the National Institutes of Health to hasten the transformation of scientific discoveries into medical advances for patients.