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technology

UCI researchers invent a health monitoring wearable that operates without a battery

Biosensor continuously tracks pulse and wirelessly communicates with nearby devices

NASA grant supports UCI-led project to remotely monitor changes in beaches, dunes

New techniques to measure coastal topography will improve understanding of flood risk

Mark Warschauer

For computer science in classrooms, the earlier the better

Visit to School of Education’s inclusive Digital Learning Lab impresses Bavarian legislators

Shohreh Bozorgmehri

Tech equity

Campus advocacy group seeks to promote, support women in IT

Vanessa Scarfone (left), flow & mass cytometry core manager at the Sue & Bill Gross Stem Cell Research Center, and research associate Pauline Nguyen analyze data from the first Helios experiment.

Novel instrument could transform research at UCI

Mass cytometer expands cell profiling capabilities of scientists across campus

Tom Andriola
UCI Podcast Indicator

UCI Podcast: Putting data to work through collaboratories

Tom Andriola explains The Collaboratories @ UCI™ and how UCI is putting data to work to strengthen its commitment to the mission

Graphic of students holding laptop computers in front of a building.

UCI provides Netflix Pathways Bootcamps to boost alumni career readiness

No-cost online training programs offered in coding, data science and UX/UI design

Stacy Branham, a UCI assistant professor of informatics

UCI’s Stacy Branham highlighted on Popular Science Brilliant 10 list

Informatics innovator creates useful technologies with and for people with disabilities

Microsoft funds study on development of sustainable materials for use in electronics

Oladele Ogunseitan, Ph.D., University of California Presidential Chair and UCI professor of population health and disease prevention, and Julie Schoenung, Ph.D., UCI chair and professor of materials science and engineering, have been awarded a $200,000 research grant from Microsoft Corp. They are co-principal investigators on a project entitled “Sustainable Development of Materials in Printed Circuit […]

Michael Franz wins ACM Chuck Thacker Breakthrough in Computing Award

The Association for Computing Machinery has selected UCI computer scientist Michael Franz to receive the ACM Charles P. “Chuck” Thacker Breakthrough in Computing Award. Franz was recognized for his development of just-in-time compilation techniques that enable fast and feature-rich services on the internet, including such widely used applications as Gmail and Facebook. “This is a […]