UCI researchers receive $600,000 grant from the Cyrus Tang Foundation

Collaborative project aims to develop interventions for mental disorders in China

China’s ecological restoration projects deplete terrestrial water stores

UCI scientists quantify impact with NASA satellite data and simulations

Provost Enrique Lavernia is elected a foreign member of Chinese Academy of Engineering

UCI Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor Enrique Lavernia has been elected a foreign member of the Chinese Academy of Engineering. Lavernia was recognized for his distinguished contributions to materials science and engineering and for his promotion of Chinese-American exchanges and cooperation in the field. He will be inducted in June 2020, during the academy’s annual […]

UCI physicist Jing Xia wins Macronix Prize

Jing Xia, UCI associate professor of physics & astronomy, has been awarded the 2017 Macronix Prize by the International Organization of Chinese Physicists and Astronomers. Also called the Outstanding Young Researcher Award, the honor is given to early-career faculty researchers of Chinese ethnicity who are working outside Asia. “I am very pleased to have been […]

UCI Long Institute gets $2.75 million to expand interdisciplinary China research

School of Social Sciences will join effort to foster understanding between US, Asian nation

UCI professor’s new publication investigates growing militarism in China

Author will speak at public launch of book, documentary Nov. 12 on campus

UCI’s Dr. Robert Detrano receives Yunnan Friendship Award for ChinaCal efforts

UCI radiological sciences professor Dr. Robert Detrano received the Yunnan Friendship Award from Gov. Chen Hao for his outstanding contributions to the people of this southern Chinese province. At a Sept. 24 reception, Hao honored 10 top foreign experts working in Yunnan. In 2005, Detrano founded the China California Heart Watch, a nonprofit group that brings […]

Goods manufactured in China not good for the environment, study finds

UCI, other researchers link products made there with higher CO2 emissions

Kenneth Pomeranz

Past master

Kenneth Pomeranz, UCI expert on China, is new American Historical Association president.

The bitter legacy of China’s one-child policy

UC Irvine sociologist Wang Feng examines the unintended consequences of China’s 30-year-old edict, which has has produced a serious gender imbalance, a ballooning percentage of seniors and a dwindling labor force.