Two professors are the most recent recipients of NSF CAREER awards at SDSU for their work on mechanisms underlying cancer and COVID-19 treatments.
Read how three students have benefited from participating in the Initiative for Maximizing Student Development (IMSD) program, which provides funds and mentorship for undergraduates conducting biomedical research and interested in pursuing a PhD.
The Bridges to Stem Cell Research Internship Program (BSCRIP) gives students extensive, paid research experience in the field of regenerative medicine.
Two project proposals led by College of Sciences professors were recently selected as finalists for SDSU President Adela de la Torre’s Big Ideas initiative. These interdisciplinary teams aim to solve society’s toughest challenges.
Researchers and alumni with the firm InterOcean Systems aim to develop sensors that use ultraviolet light to pick up traces of oil on the ocean surface.
SDSU chemistry professor Yong Yan, developed a new way to produce the critical chemical bonds necessary to make drugs using renewable solar energy. Yan’s novel process uses a solar cell material called perovskite to act as a catalyst.