The Richard Duenckel Garden Club Scholarship from the Toluca Lake Garden Club provides up to $1,500 for undergraduate and graduate students studying the biology of plants,…View More Richard Duenckel Garden Club Scholarship offers $1500 for students on #TeamAutotroph
CSUN Associate Professor of Biology Casey terHorst will pursue trivia, and Daily Doubles, this Thursday on the mothership of quiz gameshows, JEOPARDY! TerHorst taped the…View More This CSUN biologist is set to appear on JEOPARDY!
Image: Butterflyfish and corals on a part of the Great Barrier Reef. (Wikimedia: Wise Hok Wai Lum)View More Colloquium: Méndez on environmental justice and the fight against climate change
Travel awards — small grants to support attendance of scientific conferences — offer a unique opportunity to recruit and support underrepresented minorities into scientific research and careers,…View More How scientific societies can make science more inclusive — through travel
Image: Butterflyfish and corals on a part of the Great Barrier Reef. (Wikimedia: Wise Hok Wai Lum)View More Colloquium: Edmunds on the ecological physiology and resilience of coral reefs
More than a decade of results from a summer program designed to prepare incoming CSUN freshmen for university-level classwork has closed much of the “achievement…View More CSUN Biology faculty report on summer program’s success in closing achievement gaps
Engineering bacteria to produce complex organic molecules that can be processed into biofuel may be a key to removing fossil fuels from the global energy…View More CSUN microbiologists track the genes that could turn cyanobacteria into biofuel factories
Image: A true-color image of Mars from the OSIRIS mission (ESA and MPS, via Wikimedia Commons)View More Colloquium: Mackelprang on the microbiology of permafrost and … life on Mars?
The CSUN Marine Biology Graduate Students Association invites Biology Department students, faculty, and staff to a special virtual research seminar by Dr. Karla Heidelberg on…View More Special seminar: Heidelberg on science at the South Pole