Planet Earth is surrounded. Thousands of tons of dangerous space debris circles in low orbit, threatening serious damage, even death, if any were to strike the International Space Station. A proposal by a research team that includes UC Irvine could be the answer. In a paper published Friday, April 24, the scientists describe a device […]
Twenty-seven faculty, staff and students from UC Irvine are part of the Large Hadron Collider’s ATLAS experiment team.
Beckman Laser Institute & Medical Clinic director Bruce Tromberg has received the Michael S. Feld Biophotonics Award from The Optical Society. One of 15 prestigious awards bestowed by the society in 2015, it recognizes individuals for their innovative and influential contributions to the field of biophotonics. A UCI professor of surgery and biomedical engineering who runs […]
6 Minority Science Program students snag awards for their research presentations at AAAS competition
Six undergraduate students participating in the Francisco J. Ayala School of Biological Sciences’ Minority Science Program won awards last month for their research presentations at the poster competition of the American Association for the Advancement of Sciences’ annual meeting. The AAAS poster competition is open to undergraduate and graduate students from domestic and international institutions. […]
Squid are the ultimate camouflage artists, blending almost flawlessly into the background so that unsuspecting prey can’t detect them. Using a protein key to this process, UCI researchers have designed “invisibility stickers” that could one day help soldiers disguise themselves, even when sought by enemies with tough-to-fool infrared cameras. Assistant professor of chemical engineering & materials […]
Mexican Space Agency hopes partnership with UCI will help develop program’s ‘human capital’
New RapidTech Center on campus helps researchers and entrepreneurs swiftly design and build product prototypes.
For a decade, UC Irvine’s innovative Beall Center has been showcasing technology-based work and challenging perceptions.
As part of its new iMedEd Initiative, the medical school has developed a comprehensive, iPad-based curriculum, reinventing how medicine is taught in the 21st century and becoming the first in the nation to offer entering students a completely digital, interactive learning environment.
A group of senior managers looking at ideas for enhancing business processes and saving money recommended that various campus IT groups consolidate into a single organization. How is it working?