Two UC Irvine scientists, Dr. Kathleen Treseder and Dr. Brett Sanders, spoke at the event about the need for the bill to fight against sea-level rise….

Back in May, UC Irvine Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Professor Kathleen Treseder presented a lecture to the public on how climate change is making much of the western United States–including Orange County–far more hospitable to…

Hughes, a professor of molecular biology and biochemistry in the School of Biological Sciences and a professor in biomedical engineering at the Henry Samueli School of Engineering, is working with collaborators to develop new technologies…

Grapes’ surprising genetic diversity could contribute to wine’s varying
flavors and more. Wesley Koseki/ UCI

Here’s a discovery well worth toasting: A research team led by Professor Brandon Gaut with the University of California, Irvine and…

An award-winning scientist and professor of evolutionary biology, Adriana Briscoe studies the evolution of vision in butterflies and how they see color. …

Tiny plastic particles may also be a vehicle for microbes that sicken or even kill corals, a new study finds….

Growing awareness of the climate crisis and a shift to plant-based diets have turned kelp farming into a thriving industry….

“The common way for our skin to repair itself has been with scar tissue,” said Maksim Plikus, an associate professor in developmental and cell biology at University of California Irvine. “Our work, which is driven…

Coral reefs are not just beautiful color displays as seen underwater in Indonesia, Australia, Hawaii and the Caribbean. They also buffer the land from erosion and protect against the tidal waves from tsunamis, she said….

The conundrum of communication between the sexes doesn’t just perplex humans. Male plants turn a deaf ear to their female counterparts, even when their survival is threatened. This new finding comes from research led by…