KEYWORD

chemistry

Melting in a cast iron pan is a pat of butter derived through a chemical process.

UC Irvine-led science team shows how to eat our way out of the climate crisis

Researchers explore the benefits of producing farm-free food

UC Irvine-led research team leverages power of ribosomes to develop chemical libraries

Transformative technique replaces manual process, accelerating discovery of new drugs

UC Irvine engineers invent a way to 3D print optical-grade glass at the nanoscale

Innovation enables on-chip manufacturing for technologies in medicine, communications and other applications

Class of 2023 graduate Paul Hurst, Ph.D., chemistry

#IamUCI – Paul Hurst

Q&A with Class of 2023 graduate Paul Hurst, Ph.D., chemistry

Scientists discover a way Earth’s atmosphere cleans itself

UC Irvine chemist helped shed light on the formation of an air-clearing molecule

F. Sherwood Rowland (left) and Mario Molina, here in their UCI lab in the early 1970s, discovered how the ozone layer was being destroyed.

How UCI saved the ozone layer

Research by F. Sherwood Rowland and Mario Molina is at the heart of a recent U.N. report that the ozone hole is closing

UC Irvine scientists create new chemical imaging method

Technology enables visualization of chemical makeup of materials and tissue

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

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

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

Nobel laureate David MacMillan, Ph.D. ’96, (right) visits UCI in May, enabling a reunion with his Ph.D. advisor Larry Overman, UCI Distinguished Professor emeritus, and Vy Dong, UCI professor of chemistry

A Nobel journey

Personal reflections of Nobel recipient, UCI alumnus David MacMillan, Ph.D. ’96, who won the prize in chemistry in October 2021