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SFSU Office of Public Affairs & Publications
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students explain their engineering feats, scientific discoveries
See 149 cutting-edge San Francisco State student projects in
biology, chemistry, computer science, astronomy, physics, engineering,
math, geosciences, environmental studies and health. Posters, exhibits
and demonstrations include robot firefighters, the nuclear DNA variation
of lobsters, hydroelectric batteries, ghost particles, new planets
and concrete canoes. Students compete for $6,000 in cash prizes.
Three hundred undergraduate and graduate students from the SFSU
College of Science and Engineering. John Monteverdi, professor of meteorology,
will give a short presentation titled "Field Tornado Research:
A Trip into Nature's Maw."
3p.m. to 7:30p.m., Friday, May 6th, 2005
San Francisco State University Gym, rooms 100 and 118, 1600 Holloway
Avenue (at 19th Avenue), San Francisco
FOR MORE INFORMATION:
Visit www.sfsu.edu/~science or contact Lannie
Nguyen-Tang at (415)338-7662 or firstname.lastname@example.org.