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Elon Musk is bringing together more than 1,000 college and high school students this weekend to showcase passenger-compartment designs for a hyperloop high-speed transit system.
Two Los Angeles start-ups are already developing hyperloops, starting with test track construction in the Central Valley and North Las Vegas later this year.
An array of sub-mm aluminum spheres fabricated on a wafer using microscale glassblowing technology. Photo by: Alexander Trusov
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Thanks to the generous support of the Samueli Foundation, the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science offers several Samueli Endowed Fellowships to incoming graduate students each year.
Amir AghaKouchak, UC Irvine hydrologist, engineer and climatologist, is an expert in such matters. He says it's too soon to tell. But he does admit that the signs so far are pointing in the direction of a strong El Niño winter and spring.
Wouldn’t it be great if there was a material that could more easily adapt to temperature requirements; either trapping in or releasing heat as required? That’s exactly what researchers from the University of California, Irvine, have been developing. … “Essentially, the material can act like a regular space blanket, reflecting almost all heat back to the body,” Erica Leung, one of the researchers on the project, told Digital Trends.
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In addition to the support provided by CODE, student organizations can provide academic support, professional development, social outlets, and opportunities for community service. There are currently 5 student organizations that fall under the CODE umbrella. These groups are linked with larger, national organizations so they also provide an opportunity for UCI students to meet with their peers and industry representatives at national and regional conferences.
In two new studies, a team of researchers led by hydrologists from the University of California, Irvine assessed the depletion of groundwater on a global scale using readings from NASA satellites. ... "If we continue to use groundwater the way it's being used, then there's a high chance that it could be depleted to the point that we can no longer use it in my lifetime in certain areas," said Alexandra Richey, the lead author of the studies.