Dark Matter Exposed? Gamma-Ray Find Excites Scientists
Energetic light seen radiating from the center of the Milky Way may be the best evidence yet of dark matter. - SPACE.com
Transit of Venus Viewed by Thousands at UC Irvine Observatory
A model showing the earth, center, and the surrounding galaxies frames the UC Irvine Observatory and portable telescopes set up to view the transit of Venus on June 5, 2012.
Higgs Boson: UCI Physicists Play Key Role in ATLAS Experiment
UC Irvine scientists are playing a key role in the Large Hadron Collider, the world's most powerful particle accelerator. Built in Switzerland, it seeks to recreate conditions just a fraction of a second after the Big Bang. It will do this by smashing subatomic particles together at very high speeds around a 17-mile underground ring. Scientists hope the LHC will explain basic forces that have shaped our universe.
The Cosmos: The Next Ten Years
UC Irvine cosmologist James Bullock helps people see the really big picture — from the Milky Way to the farthest reaches of the universe.   Professor Bullock starred as a co-host for the National Geographic television special, "Inside the Milky Way."

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Astrophysics Seminar Benny Trakhtenbrot "The Fast Growth of Super-Massive Black... Tue, 02/03/2015: 4:00 pm
Particle Physics Seminar John Terning
UC Davis
"The Quantum Critical Higgs" Wed, 02/04/2015: 3:00 pm
Biophysics Seminar Patrick Oakes
Univ. of Chicago
"Building Contractile Machines in the... Wed, 02/04/2015: 4:00 pm
Department Colloquium Ara Apkarian
UC Irvine, Dept. of Chemistry
"Adventures on the left-hand side of the... Thu, 02/05/2015: 3:30 pm
Department Colloquium James Hartle
KITP, Santa Barbara
"The Quantum Origin of our Classical... Thu, 02/12/2015: 3:30 pm
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Princeton Univ.
"Regulation of bacterial pathogenesis by... Mon, 02/16/2015: 4:00 pm