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Leveling up in the Lab

Cal State East Bay unveils university’s largest renovation of research and teaching space — the College of Science’s new molecular research and environmental analysis labs.

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Discovering the Power of Engineering

Discovering the Power of Engineering

Cal State East Bay hosts weeklong program for budding engineersRead More
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Augmented Reality

Cal State East Bay research project explores real-world applications of beta holographic goggles

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Cal State Host Lab

How to Stop Middle Schoolers From Falling Behind in STEM

Cal State East Bay HOST Labs help students explore careers in science education while reinvigorating local middle schoolers' interest in scienceRead More
Research Lab

The Race to Store Radioactive Waste

Department of Energy grant allows Cal State East Bay professor, students to research nuclear fuel wasteRead More
Student Highlight

From Single Mother to Osteopath

Alumna Mindy Tong is second in a new East Bay Today series on social mobilityRead More
Inspiring engineers

Inspiring the Next Generation of Engineers

Cal State East Bay is hosting a weeklonh camp to engage high schoolrers in engineeringRead More
Funding Faculty Research

Funding Faculty Research

Professor emerita gives $1.5M to support collaborative science researchRead more
Trina Ostrander Honored by Alameda County

Cal State East Bay STEM Institute Executive Director Trina Ostrander Honored by Alameda County

Trina Ostrander, executive director of Cal State East Bay’s STEM Institute, will be honored at this year’s Alameda County Women’s Hall of Fame luncheon March 24.

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Cal State East Bay Student Makes Cover of The Journal of Chemical Physics

Cal State East Bay Student Makes Cover of The Journal of Chemical Physics

Through Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Elizabeth Sangalang has been researching ‘hydrogen getters’Read More
Science Fair

Discovery Day is Back

Cal State East Bay's biennial science fair expected to draw thousands to campusRead More
Cal State East Bay Student

Sprinting Toward the Finish Line

Cal State East Bay graduate Noah Siegel struggled to focus academically until he found runningRead More
Dirt Research

Ruling Out Danger

Cal State East Bay research points toward human-made lead poisoning in Fruitvale and helps city leaders advocate for clean upRead More
Professor Emeritus

Ripple Effect

Professor Emeritus gives scholarships to all 2017-18 school psychology graduate students in good academic standingRead More
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Pacific Gas and Electric Company Doubles Funding of Solar Suitcase

New support will spread the program to CSUs and communities across the stateRead more
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