Researchers from various disciplines have joined an official partnership to support Rwanda’s transformation from an agrarian economy to one buoyed by strategic deployment of science and technology infrastructure.
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The Death Valley super bloom happens once every 20 years, and CSU botanists weren’t about to miss this one.
The Community Collaborative Rain, Hail and Snow Network kicks off its annual ‘March Madness’ contest March 1.
A new study suggests that cannabis significantly affects users’ ability to recognize, process and empathize with human emotions.
CSU’s one-of-a-kind, hands-on science outreach program drew families in droves to the Lory Student Center Feb. 27 for the program’s 25th-anniversary open house and alumni reunion.
In advance of Super Bowl 50, CSU researchers teamed up with NOAA and the Santa Clara Valley Water District to deploy a rainfall-mapping radar in the South San Francisco Bay area.
Indrajit Ray, professor of computer science and an expert in network security and applied cryptography, shares his view on what’s at stake.
Janice Moore, professor of biology in the College of Natural Sciences, has received the Animal Behavior Society’s 2016 Exemplar Award.
This year’s poster session to be held in conjunction with CSU Collegiate Challenge business pitch competition April 27.
Little Shop of Physics, CSU’s traveling, hands-on science education program, is hosting its 25th annual Open House, Saturday, Feb. 27 at the Lory Student Center.