College of Science News

Curious Creatures

Cal State East Bay’s Insect Zoo Returns to Classrooms

November 4, 2021

How to Manage Post-COVID Anxiety

The Cal State East Bay News Center talked to Professor of Public Health Michael Stanton, who shared tips for managing uncomfortable feelings and what to expect during the post-pandemic return to public spaces and our everyday lives.

June 8, 2021

What Fruit Flies Can Teach Us About Love

Cal State East Bay recently talked with Assistant Professor Divya Sitaraman about how fruit flies can help teach us about our own physiology and behavior.

February 15, 2021

The Future of STEM

Cal State East Bay College of Science Dean Jason Singley believes all college students have what it takes to succeed.

November 19, 2020

Back to the Beginning

Cal State East Bay students to study at CERN, world’s largest particle physics lab

April 12, 2019

Meeting of the Minds

Cal State East Bay to host physicists, students for annual meeting

January 31, 2019

Working Lands

Cal State East Bay students, faculty part of consortium study on greenhouse gases

January 24, 2019

Eyes on the Sky

Cal State East Bay students, professor part of team behind revolutionary telescope

January 18, 2019

How to Catch a Mistake

Cal State East Bay construction management students using virtual reality to find structural defects

December 14, 2018

Augmented reality

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

March 15, 2018

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 (see video)

February 14, 2018

Ruling Out Danger

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

January 11, 2018