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From left, Jenny Yang, Daniel Guillen, Tim Tait and Filipp Furche.

4 UC Irvine researchers are elected AAAS fellows

Scholars are honored for their efforts to advance science or its applications

UC Irvine scientists make breakthrough in quantum materials research

The advance will allow researchers to transform everyday materials into conductors for use in quantum computers

An artist's rendering of a solar system depicted as a group of ducklings orbiting their mother.

UC Irvine-led team unravels mysteries of planet formation, evolution in distant solar system

Astronomers analyze masses, orbital properties and atmospheric features of six exoplanets

Machine learning climate simulation dataset paper wins award at prominent AI conference

UC Irvine Earth system scientists and data scientists led the development of the high-fidelity tool

Franklin Dollar, assistant professor of physics and astronomy.

UC Irvine professor to help design the most powerful laser in the world

The NSF-funded effort would help the U.S. to reclaim lead in laser technology

Los Alamos National Laboratory awards prestigious fellowship to UCI physicist

Researcher’s work will probe ‘elusive universe’ of neutrinos, dark matter and gravity

UC Irvine astronomers offer tips for safe observation of upcoming partial solar eclipse

The Oct. 14 mid-morning event will be viewable in Southern California

UC Irvine scientists create long-lasting, cobalt-free, lithium-ion batteries

The finding promises to help manufacturers move beyond controversial metal

Photo of Kitt Peak National Observatory in Tuscon, Arizona.

Dark Energy Spectroscopic Instrument early data release holds nearly 2 million objects

UC Irvine-led mission’s cosmic maps include galaxies, quasars and stars in the Milky Way

The FASER particle detector that received CERN approval to be installed at the Large Hadron Collider in 2019 has recently been augmented with an instrument to detect neutrinos.

UC Irvine-led team is first to detect neutrinos made by a particle collider

Discovery promises to help physicists understand nature of universe’s most abundant particle