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In what may be the first-of-its-kind detection of a neutron star-black hole cosmic collision, Cal State Fullerton gravitational-wave scientists and their students are working with LIGO and European Virgo collaborators to validate the unprecedented phenomena.
Wed, 21 Aug 2019
Cal State Fullerton's MARC Scholars Program has helped students develop a passion for research and then supports them toward graduate studies to help achieve a research career.
Cal State Fullerton President Fram Virjee welcomed 51 new faculty members to the campus during a reception Monday evening.
More than 90 student researchers from Cal State Fullerton and the region’s community colleges showcased their summer research projects at the Summer Research Symposium Aug. 8. Projects includes ongoing research focusing on capturing carbon in coastal wetlands to combat climate change. The symposium was presented by the university's Project RAISE, which prepares community college students for STEM college studies and careers.
Cal State Fullerton earthquake scientist Sinan Akçiz traveled to Ridgecrest with his student, Salena Padilla, to assess the aftermath of the biggest tremors to hit Southern California in nearly two decades. Their job for two weeks: combing the land in search of ruptures on the surface.
Sat, 10 Aug 2019
CSUF scientists know traditional rockets won't get us to the stars, so they're seeking other ways to propel beyond our planet.
Thu, 01 Aug 2019
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