Adriana Briscoe, UC Irvine professor of ecology and evolutionary biology with a blue butterfly on her hand.

UC Irvine’s Adriana Briscoe is elected to the National Academy of Sciences

Renowned biologist is among 144 diverse recipients of prestigious award this year

National Academy of Sciences names two UCI faculty members as fellows

Mathematician Svetlana Jitomirskaya, vision researcher Krzysztof Palczewski honored

UCI’s Eric Rignot and Steven White elected to National Academy of Sciences

Earth system scientist and physicist recognized for original research

Barbara Dosher

Dosher, Solingen honored by National Academy of Sciences for research achievements

Social sciences scholars awarded for work on human cognition, nuclear proliferation

Bill Maurer to emcee panel at meeting of national behavioral sciences board

Bill Maurer, dean of the School of Social Sciences, will moderate a panel discussion featuring research sponsors from federal agencies and other government organizations at the 20th anniversary meeting of the National Academy of Sciences Board on Behavioral, Cognitive & Sensory Sciences. “It’s really quite exciting to participate in a forum that showcases the very […]

UCI’s James Randerson is elected to National Academy of Sciences

Earth system scientist is honored for climate change studies

Shaul Mukamel

UCI’s Shaul Mukamel elected to National Academy of Sciences

– Shaul Mukamel, a UC Irvine Distinguished Professor of chemistry who probes molecular secrets using ultrafast pulses of laser light, has been elected to the National Academy of Sciences.

Michael Clegg

UCI botanist is America’s scientist abroad

With his rosy cheeks and booming laugh, Michael Clegg is often told he resembles Santa Claus, and he logs almost as many miles. The UC Irvine ecology & evolutionary biology professor also is foreign secretary for the U.S. National Academy of Sciences, which means he’s on the road as much as he’s at home in Irvine. […]

Renowned molecular biologist Masayasu Nomura

Wise scientist

When he was in his 50s, renowned molecular biologist Masayasu Nomura wrote a poem for a friend’s 65th birthday. “To the Wise Scientist” reads: “Someday I too hope to attain the age of sixty-five.Then I wish to live as you live:Giving sympathy and help to young people,Receiving friendship and respect in return.No more worries, no […]