Three Cal State Fullerton students brought home honors from the 29th annual California State University Student Research Competition at Cal State San Bernardino.
Kyle Hess of Fullerton, biological science major, won first place in the undergraduate biological and agricultural sciences category for “Decoding the Human Cellular Stress Response, One Mutation at a Time.”
Second-place finishers are:
Breanna Biggs of Anaheim, chemistry major, in the undergraduate physical and mathematical sciences category, for “An Alternative Energy Device to Convert Carbon Dioxide to Power.”
April Nakagawa of Brea, environmental studies graduate student, in the graduate behavior and social sciences category, for “Intersexual Conflict: Infanticide and Spontaneous Abortion as Reproductive Strategies Among a Wild Population of Gelada Monkeys at Guassa, Ethiopia.”
Titans competed May 1-2 against 260 undergraduate and graduate students from 22 CSU campuses who presented 200 research projects, representing various disciplines. First-place winners received $500 and second place, $250.