Local scientists, educators and students filled Market Street for the March for Science on Earth Day to support funding, literacy and diversity in science.
The idea to organize the March for Science began in Washington D.C. in late January and spread throughout the world in more
The National Science Foundation awarded fellowships to eight SF State alumni, making SF State the California State University with the most students to receive fellowships this year.
The National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program received over 13,000 applications and narrowed it down to 2,000 recipients,
The dean for the College of Science and Engineering will step down from his position after 13 years and make way for an engineering professor from the Midwest to take his spot.
Sheldon Axler served as dean of the college for more than a decade and will vacate
Under the direction of her instructor, SF State junior Caylin Ofsanko made incisions to peel back layers of skin and fat, revealing the muscular tissues of the human arm.
This week Ofsanko and her peers will carve into the lower body of a cadaver, exploring with
[caption id="attachment_62115" align="aligncenter" width="1024"][media-credit id=189 align="aligncenter" width="1024"][/media-credit] More than 10,000 honeybees thrive in a manmade hive located behind the Moffett lab on the secluded eighth floor of Hensill Hall. This is one of four hives purchased from beekeepers that are maintained by appointed faculty and
The National Institutes of Health granted SF State $17 million this month to promote the success of marginalized students and train faculty within the natural sciences.
NIH, a national medical research agency, awarded Building Infrastructure Leading to Diversity, or SF BUILD, the grant, which will be