By breaking down the fundamental elements that make up bacteria, scientists can map out potential links to common health problems.
Ouverney’s year in the Amazon gave him a unique perspective as a microbiologist and a cultural ambassador
San Jose State’s community of dreamers and change-makers.
“I am using my training in physics to tackle and understand problems in the humanities.”
Celebrating the 50th anniversary of Moss Landing Marine Labs.
Professor Tatiana Shubin is working to increase interest in mathematics among Navajo students.
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“I teach to bring out the best in all my students.”
“The experiences that I’ve had in the name of STEM have been unbelievable, and I want that for other people.”
There are benefits to being your family’s first college graduate.
Paul Nyhof, ’13 MS Environmental Studies, studied the Western Pond Turtles that live in the marshes along a then-new section of the San Francisco Bay Trail.
This year’s commencement speaker: Nancy Pelosi, Democratic leader of the House of Representatives in the 114th Congress and congresswoman, California’s 12th District.
The first time Richard Vo, ’14 Physics, looked into a telescope was last summer.
Science 2 guides students from orientation to graduation.
Dan Wardman has the unusual skill of being able to interpret two arcane languages: code and poetry.
Donald Reed is Wu-Cheng Chi’s Very Inspiration Person. Who is yours?
Karen Singmaster showed me how much fun chemistry could be.
As firefighters struggled to contain this summer’s Rim Fire near Yosemite National Park, Craig Clements and his students were on the scene.
Edward Oates, ’68 Math, is a rock ‘n’ roller, SJSU advocate, conservationist, brilliant engineer and co-founder of Oracle.