College of Science and Technology

Temple students receive Comcast's Gustave G. Amsterdam Leadership Award
Type: Accolade
Temple University freshmen Damara McDowell and Cindy Zhang have been selected as recipients of Comcast's Gustave G. Amsterdam Leadership Award, which honors students who graduated from a Philadelphia high school and are continuing their education at a Philadelphia college or university.
February 27, 2013
Michael Klein elected honorary fellow of Trinity College at Cambridge
Type: News Story
College of Science and Technology Interim Dean Michael Klein has been elected as an honorary fellow of Trinity College, a college of the University of Cambridge in the United Kingdom.
February 12, 2013
Bones of Richard III found
Type: In the Media
February 5, 2013
Researchers debate oil spill remedy
Type: In the Media
January 22, 2013
Geothermal energy takes technological step forward
Type: In the Media
January 14, 2013
Researchers dig into Hurricane Sandy’s geological legacy
Type: News Story
On Friday, Temple earth and environmental science faculty and graduate students explored areas along a New Jersey beachfront to uncover the geological signature of Superstorm Sandy recorded in the layers of sand. The researchers examined washovers and other geological features for deposits of light and heavy minerals in the sand as evidence of the wave surges that caused so much destruction.
December 10, 2012
Mathematics conference honors late Temple professor Marvin Knopp
Type: News Story
Leading mathematicians came to Temple Nov. 11-12 for a conference honoring former Temple mathematics professor and researcher Marvin Knopp. A member of Temple’s mathematics faculty since 1976, Knopp was a leading expert in the theory of modular forms and a pioneering figure in the theory of Eichler cohomology, modular integrals, and generalized modular forms.
November 13, 2012
Temple to host STEM conference
Type: In the Media
October 22, 2012
Scientists re-install seismometer at Temple Ambler
Type: News Story
Initially installed in 2010, a broad-band seismometer that has recorded some of the major seismic events of the past two years was brought back into service last week on the Ambler campus after taking on water and going off-line this past summer.
October 18, 2012
Microscopy acquisitions bring scientific research into focus at Temple
Type: News Story
A $475,000 U.S. Department of Defense grant will enable the purchase of a scanning electron microscope, the third major piece of microscopy equipment acquired by Temple researchers in the past three years.
September 4, 2012
Summer camp focuses Philadelphia students on STEM careers
Type: News Story
To encourage students to consider careers in science, technology, engineering and math, Temple hosted 59 Philadelphia middle school students for a two-week summer science camp.
August 15, 2012
How high-tech gadgets can hurt you
Type: In the Media
August 1, 2012
Science campers study marine life during day at the beach
Type: News Story
More than 50 school students from throughout the Greater Philadelphia area spent a day learning about beach ecology and clearing plastic debris in the Delaware Bay as part of the two-week ExxonMobil Bernard Harris Summer Science Camp hosted by Temple’s College of Science and Technology.
July 24, 2012
Otvos named regional editor
Type: Accolade
July 19, 2012
Faculty Focus: Robert Levis
Type: News Story
In the latest installment of the faculty profile series, Robert Levis, director of the Center for Advanced Photonics Research and chair of the Chemistry Department, discusses his work in the Laser Lab studying molecules by using high-tech lasers.
July 17, 2012
Panama coral collapsed and returned
Type: In the Media
July 5, 2012
Lizards could keep Grandma from falling
Type: In the Media
June 19, 2012
Bio major helps improve the community, one student at a time
Type: News Story
Gary Cheung, B.S., Biology. Cheung spent his years at Temple volunteering for Squash Smarts, a unique after-school program that mixes athleticism with education. The experience helped him realize that he has a passion for teaching and that he wants to continue to work in a field that helps serve urban youth.
May 4, 2012
Chemistry major reflects on days of wine and lasers
Type: News Story
Laine Radell, B.S. Chemistry. Radell has worked Chemistry Chair Robert Levis in investigating the interaction of the ultra intense laser beams with biological systems.
May 3, 2012
Bio major discovers a future at sea
Type: News Story
Cheryl Doughty, B.S. Biology. Doughty spent seven days in 2010 collecting and preserving deep water coral specimens in the Gulf of Mexico.
May 3, 2012

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