CSUF News Service
Honoring Student Science Research
Chemistry and Biochemistry showcases its trademark undergraduate research program Friday, May 8.
May 5, 2015
Chemistry and biochemistry students will present research projects on such topics as fuel cells, atmospheric pollution, starch production, structure and function of proteins and improving student learning during a noon-2 p.m., Friday, May 8, event in Dan Black Hall.
Each semester, more than 100 undergraduates are involved in hands-on research under the mentorship of different faculty members in their research labs, said Peter de Lijser, professor of chemistry and biochemistry. "Their research is a clear example of a high-impact practice that leads to better retention and graduation rates," he added.
The undergraduate research poster event is open to the public and campus community. More info: Peter de Lijser or 657-278-3290.