The CSU operates the Program for Education and Research in Biotechnology (CSUPERB) as a community of practice for faculty and students from all 23 CSU campuses. CSUPERB catalyzes collaborative CSU student and faculty research, innovates educational practices and partners with the life sciences industry. CSUPERB’s definition of biotechnology is quite broad, intentionally mirroring the highly partnered, multidisciplinary nature of the field. Each year, CSUPERB involves and supports CSU faculty and students in all disciplines related to the current practice of biotechnology, including but not limited to life sciences, physical sciences, clinical sciences, math, computer science, agricultural science, engineering and business.
esearch group measures the effects of human activities—including land use and land cover change, atmospheric pollution and climate change—on our terrestrial ecosystems.
Between 2010 and 2016, the annual number of new HIV diagnoses decreased nine percent in the United States.
DNA damage happens continuously in living cells and much of it is unavoidable. In human beings, failure to repair DNA damage results in genetic mutations and can lead to cancer.