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  • Commentary: Program gets schoolchidlren interested in environment

    The Newport Banning Land Trust's field science education program is aimed at getting high school students engaged in the Orange County coastal environment.
  • A new Girl Scout badge aims to keep more girls in math and science

    A new Girl Scout badge aims to keep more girls in math and science
    Moira Clark is familiar with the stereotype that girls aren't as inclined toward science as boys. Especially if that science comes with scales, a long tail and four scuttling feet. The Buena Park resident, a Girl Scout since kindergarten, has an...

    UCI lab's foul odor sends 3 workers to the hospital

    Three workers at UC Irvine were sent to a hospital as a precaution after becoming ill from a foul odor early Friday in a campus laboratory. The odor surfaced on the third floor of a biochemistry building at 517 Biological Court, according to Orange...

    Around Town: UCI professor wins $250,000 award

    Around Town: UCI professor wins $250,000 award
    Syed Ali Jafar, a UC Irvine professor of electrical engineering and computer science, recently won the 2015 Blavatnik National Award for Young Scientists in physical sciences and engineering. As one of three winners chosen from among 300 candidates from...

    Irvine farm land leaves water for the drinking

    Irvine farm land leaves water for the drinking
    On a recent afternoon, the Santa Ana winds swept through a sunny, 200-acre swath of Irvine where a quiet experiment is occurring that could have major impacts in the blueberry world. Darren Haver, director of the South Coast Research and Extension...