College of Science and Technology

Leap Day key to planting seeds at right time
Type: In the Media
February 24, 2012
Why don't Americans elect scientists?
Type: In the Media
February 14, 2012
Faces of Temple: Kamali Thompson
Type: News Story
As part of a continuing series on Temple students' transformative experiences, fencing captain Kamali Thompson explains how balancing two time and energy-consuming responsibilities — being an elite athlete and an Honors student — has helped prepare her for her next goal in life: medical school.
February 10, 2012
Laser technology could help detect radioactive threats remotely
Type: News Story
Temple's Center for Advanced Photonics Research has received a federal grant to develop laser-based technologies for the potential standoff detection of radioactive materials.
February 8, 2012
Grant attracts computer undergrads to Temple for summer research
Type: News Story
Temple's Department of Computer and Information Sciences has received and NSF grant that will help bring 10 top undergraduate students in computer-related disciplines to the university for a summer research experience with faculty.
February 7, 2012
Learning from lizards
Type: In the Media
January 11, 2012
Faces of Temple: Haley Gilles
Type: News Story
In this week's installment of the student video series, biology major Haley Gillis shares how her work in the Conservation Department at the Philadelphia Zoo led to her lead a project to prevent birds from colliding with Temple buildings.
January 23, 2012
Temple biologist studies the movement of lizards
Type: In the Media
January 9, 2012
Putting Allentown arena on solid ground
Type: In the Media
December 30, 2011
Student Petra Brayo wins award at URP Symposium
Type: Accolade
December 13, 2011
Environmental Science students rock the holidays at annual sale
Type: News Story
Last week's annual campus jewelry sale conducted by earth and environmental science students offered gifts from around the world in time for the holidays. Proceeds from the sale support the students' participation in summer field training courses.
December 13, 2011
Researcher to use data mining to help diagnose and treat sepsis
Type: News Story
A four-year grant from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency will allow researchers to use data mining to develop an early diagnosis and treatment of sepsis, a severe infection in the bloodstream that develops with little or no warning and spreads rapidly.
December 1, 2011
Temple Physicists elected APS Fellows
Type: Accolade
November 22, 2011
Acid mine drainage technology could aid Marcellus Shale drilling
Type: News Story
A technology being developed by Chemistry Professor Dan Strongin as a solution to Pennsylvania's historic problem with acid mine drainage could also have applications for the state's newest environmental challenge: hydraulic fracturing of Marcellus Shale.
November 18, 2011
Could Marcellus Shale gas extraction cause earthquakes?
Type: In the Media
November 11, 2011
CARAS Program Project Grant Awards fall 2011
Type: Announcement
November 16, 2011
Lizard locomotion study could aid elderly, robotics
Type: News Story
Tonia Hsieh, assistant professor of biology in Temple’s College of Science and Technology, has been studying how lizards maintain their balance and quickly recover from slipping while navigating changing environmental conditions. The results could have future implications for the elderly, robotics and a better overall understanding of locomotor control.
November 10, 2011
Is trillion the new billion?
Type: In the Media
October 28, 2011
With math and science, the sky's the limit
Type: In the Media
July 21, 2011
Temple mathematician explains Bayes' theorem
Type: In the Media
August 5, 2011
No bigger quake expected, says Temple expert
Type: In the Media
August 23, 2011
Temple's Nyquist explains causes of earthquakes
Type: In the Media
August 23, 2011

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