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Héctor Tobar (left) and Roland Betancourt.

Héctor Tobar and Roland Betancourt are named 2023 Guggenheim Fellows

UC Irvine scholars are among 171 recipients of the prestigious award

Astrophysicist Gregory Benford

Addressing climate change: plants instead of plants?

Rather than an industrial solution to excess atmospheric carbon dioxide, a retired UCI physicist looks to nature

Michael Méndez

UCI’s Michael Méndez is named a 2022 Andrew Carnegie Fellow

Assistant professor of urban planning and public policy is one of 28 recipients across US

Mark Lazenby

Body and soul

New dean of nursing school fascinated by intersection of medical and spiritual care

Physiology & biophysics professor co-writes book on how membranes, their proteins work

Stephen H. White, a professor of physiology & biophysics in the UCI School of Medicine since 1973, has co-authored a book that he calls the culmination of his career. Cell Boundaries (Garland Science, 2021) was 13 years in the making and describes how membranes and their proteins work. White and his collaborators, Gunnar von Heijne, […]

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UCI Podcast: Taking it easy

In his newly published book, Magnus Egerstedt extols the virtues of slowness in robotics

UICI student Sahana Vij standing in front of a tree and holding the cookbook Bake away that she wrote.

Recipe for change

Anteater Sahana Vij fights child hunger with proceeds from her new cookbook

UCI’s Pierre Baldi

Pierre Baldi has an idea about deep learning

And his latest book reveals its fundamental connections to neuroscience

Adria Imada, UCI professor of history and a 2021 Andrew Carnegie Fellow

UCI’s Adria Imada is named a 2021 Andrew Carnegie Fellow

History professor is among 26 recipients of prestigious award across U.S.

Book cover: Patience and Pandemic

UCI students publish book about life under quarantine

Patience and Pandemic is a collection of photos, essays and poems