Jennifer Martiny, UCI professor of ecology and evolutionary biology (front), and Katrine Whiteson, UCI assistant professor of molecular biology and biochemistry

UCI biologists spearhead creation of Microbiome Centers Consortium

New network aims to share strategies, accelerate knowledge

California dreamin’

With fellowship support, Stacy Ann Suarez Cham is pursuing her goal of a Ph.D. in ecology & evolutionary biology

UCI scientists project northward expansion of Valley fever by end of 21st century

Climate change expected to accelerate spread of sometimes-fatal fungal infection

UCI scientists awarded $2.7 million for soil nutrient microbiome research

Microorganisms’ reaction to drought could hold clue to surviving climate change

Study examines a million corals one by one in urgent call to save reefs

UCI biologist among data contributors to large, unprecedented project

Underwater sleuth

UCI researcher investigates threats to coral and other ocean life

UCI ecologist co-authors UN Environment report on impact of plastics on coral reefs

The global fight against ocean plastic pollution will come into sharp focus at the fourth session of the United Nations Environment Assembly this month in Nairobi, Kenya, with Joleah Lamb, assistant professor of ecology & evolutionary biology at UCI, making a key contribution. Lamb, who studies how diseases affect coral reefs, is co-author of a […]

Shaking up the shark’s image

UCI Ph.D. candidate makes headlines with discovery of ‘vegetarian’ species of the feared carnivores

From ‘What?’ to ‘Wow!’

Innovative course teaches UCI grad students to better communicate their scientific research to the public

Marine vegetation can mitigate ocean acidification, UCI study finds

Conservation of shoreline plants and seaweeds could, in turn, help preserve shellfish habitats