Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle

New technology will cut plug-in hybrid fuel consumption by one-third

Researchers look to birds flying in formation and find a way to make vehicles more efficient.

UC Irvine hydrogen supply

In a national first, UC Irvine injects renewable hydrogen into campus power supply

Power-to-gas technique offers new way to store and use excess wind and solar energy.

Stacy Philpott

Grant awarded to study sustainable practices for urban agriculture

UC Santa Cruz environmental studies professor Stacy Philpott will lead the research.

Nanoletters UC Riverside

Using plants and quantum physics for potential superefficient solar cells

Physicist discovers how to make photocells mimic the way plants maximize their absorption of sunlight.

CalWave rides Wave Energy Prize

Two-year competition to accelerate wave energy markets earns CalWave $500,000 to keep iterating.

Lorenzo Booth UC Merced

Grad student’s water-mapping work leads to national recognition

Using big data to streamline water planning and fight climate change.

Wetlands UC Santa Cruz

Wetlands offer valuable return on investment

Coastal habitats prevented more than $600 million in property losses during Hurricane Sandy, study finds.

As part of its commitment to fighting hunger, UC Irvine will supplement its year-old food pantry stocked with nonperishable goods for students in need with free, monthly farmers markets that allow access to fresh produce.

UC students build awareness about campus food resources

Food Day activities highlight campus resources available to ensure food security for UC students.

UC San Diego Zero Carbon

Achieving a zero carbon future

New initiative is determined to radically reinvent the electric power grid.

This year's class of UC Global Food Initiative student fellows includes returning fellows (left) Hannah Malan of UCLA and Holly Mayton of UC Riverside, who participated last spring in a GFI fellows' field trip to Full Belly Farm in the Capay Valley.

Student fellows help shape future of food

This year's class of 55 UC Global Food Initiative student fellows includes 14 returnees.

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