May 11, 2012
Category: News & Notes
A Harvard-bound San Diego State student investigates why certain body tissue is more susceptible to disease, a CSU Bakersfield student aims to eradicate the cause of the Valley Fever, and a CSU Northridge student joins the battle against childhood obesity.
These are just a few of the more than 200 students that presented their remarkable research at the 2012 California State University Student Research Competition.
The best student researchers in the CSU system showcased their talents at the 26th annual CSU Student Research Competition May 4-5 at CSU Long Beach. The competition is held to promote excellence in undergraduate and graduate research as it recognizes CSU students’ innovative achievements.
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