News from the College of Sciences
SDSU and CSUSM are presenting tobacco product waste-related research projects to promote smoking cessation
Six SDSU faculty members were selected, including Uduak George from the College of Sciences
SDSU scientist describes how environmental forces have forged Frankenstein and other eerie works.
Triple SDSU alumnus Shahan Derkarabetian (‘06, ‘09, ‘17) is the new Curator of Entomology for the San Diego Natural History Museum, where he works studying and researching arachnids.
Inspired by the experiences of his past, junior Diego Leon helps ensure research reaches Latinx communities while mentoring students like him.
Inspirado por sus experiencias previas, Diego Leon ayuda a asegurar que la investigación llega a comunidades latinas mientras guía a estudiantes como él.
The Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences is now the official name for the Department of Geological Sciences.
SDSU and UCSD work to promote minority researchers investigating Alzheimer’s and other neurological disorders in underrepresented communities.
NASA awards SDSU researchers for innovative projects in sustainable guacamole for astronauts and autonomous drone safety.
Psychology master’s student Adriana Rios achieves many firsts while leading an interdisciplinary team to assess the accessibility of public restrooms in San Diego transit areas.
SDSU teamed up with the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, NOAA and other institutions to model the impact of warming oceans on large migratory fish.
Study led by researchers from sdsu and other institutions finds gaps in smokefree policies and proposes solutions to protect the public.
Behind the film “Oppenheimer” and its star-studded cast is a science that fuels the stars.
Congratulations to this year’s award recipients!
Psychology alumna leads second career as author and activist
SDSU applied mathematician receives NSF grant to understand the processes that create structure of breast tissue, lungs, kidneys.
SDSU alumna Amelia-Juliette Demery (‘18) took a deep dive into 12 million years of bird evolution.
Hundreds of thousands of specimens contribute to research and teaching missions of the university