Produce a battery for the right price and the internal-combustion engine will be redundant, so says Chemical Engineering’s Ted Yu. He also sees batteries as a viable sustainable energy source for the future.
When former Dirtbag Troy Tulowitzki began his acceptance speech at Long Beach State’s recent Hall of Fame event, he pledged a generous $1 million donation toward the university’s renovations of Blair Field.
DENSO Corp.’s support of the College of Engineering was recognized by CSULB with the dedication of the newly named DENSO Design and Manufacturing Laboratory.
George L. Graziadio Chair of Italian Studies’ Clorinda Donato is excited with the approval of a new Master of Arts degree for Italian Studies beginning in fall 2014
Andrew Byrom, part of the nationally-recognized graphic design faculty at CSULB, was inducted as a life-time member of the Alliance Graphique Internationale.
Tapping into the cannabis cultivation community through a web survey can bring up all kinds of issues, but Criminal Justice’s Aili Malm found it to be an interesting study.
METRANS, a partnership between CSULB and USC, received two awards for $6+ million from the Department of Transportation’s University Transportation Centers program.
BeachNet+ is now available to students, faculty and staff for fast, reliable and secure wireless network access providing protection by encryption and performance that is more than 10 times as fast as the basic BeachNet service.