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Derek Dunn-Rankin
Engineering coal power
UCI research addresses the challenges of cleaner, coal-based energy (11.24.2008)

Lisa Grant Ludwig
Whole lotta’ shakin’
Great ShakeOut will simulate quake, identify needs (10.27.2008)

Michael Prather
The missing greenhouse gas
Flat-screen TV manufacturing emits chemical with warming effect (09.29.2008)

Candice Carr Kelman
Living the green life
Doctoral candidate Candice Carr Kelman conducted a sustainability assessment of the UCI campus and takes everyday steps to reduce her carbon footprint (09.22.2008)

Rebecca Aicher
Buzz about biology
Rebecca Aicher shares her passion for plant ecology with high school biology students (09.08.2008)

Climate  change researchers
Hot shots
New researchers elevate climate change research (06.04.2008)

Montgomery Norton
Sounding the alarm
Grad student Montgomery Norton helps focus the campus and community on the threat of global warming (02.11.2008)

Maria Feng
Bridge doctor
Engineering professor Maria Feng works to make structures safer and avoid disasters like the Minneapolis bridge collapse (11.19.2007)

Jay Lickfett
To the rescue
Led by Jay Lickfett, Calit2 creates a disaster Web portal that helps Ontario survive recent wildfires (10.30.2007)

Timothy Bradley
The body politic
Timothy Bradley brings ‘physics of life’ to the Academic Senate (09.04.2007)

Maria Feng
Lives in the balance
Engineering professor Maria Feng works to make structures safer and avoid disasters like the Minneapolis bridge collapse (08.14.2007)

Kenneth Small
Easing congestion
On the road with Kenneth Small – traffic expert, professor emeritus of economics and Lauds & Laurels winner (05.07.2007)

Kathy Haq
Energy minded
Kathy Haq is helping to tell the world about UCI’s National Fuel Cell Research Center (07.03.2006)

Sara Huber
Walking on water
Graduating commencement speaker is a valuable resource – like the element she studies (06.08.2006)

Ellen Druffel
Steady as she goes
Oceanographer Ellen Druffel inspires a new generation of women scientists (03.30.2004)

Earthquake-education outreach program
Shake, rattle and roll
Earthquake simulations offer young students the thrills – and spills – of university research (03.18.2003)

Fred Kavli
Cultivating curiosity
Fred Kavli supports science that benefits humanity and believes curiosity is key to success (08.29.2002)

Scott Samuelsen
Engineering solutions to California's energy crisis
Scott Samuelsen is leading efforts to create more efficient power sources and distribution strategies while advancing energy conservation (08.29.2002)

F. Sherwood Rowland
A modern Galileo
How UCI chemist F. Sherwood Rowland saved the world (08.29.2002)

Susan Trumbore
Pay dirt
Susan Trumbore discovers clues to global climate change in soil and plant life (08.29.2002)

Stanley Grant
Troubled waters
Pollution from unknown sources has forced the closing of dozens of Southern California beaches. Orange County officials have turned to UCI’s Stan Grant for help (08.29.2002)

Lisa Grant
Finding fault
Lisa Grant stalks the 'natural terrorists' of the Richter Scale (08.29.2002)

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