Optical tweezers are excellent tools for trapping and manipulating bacteria and cells.

Student group INCUBED is hosting its first-ever hackathon, SF Hacks, and it’s drawing hundreds of students.

More than 500 classes will be offered during Summer Session, keeping students on track for graduation.

The Hagar Planetarium will be offering free public shows on the first and third Friday of every month.

Associate Professor of Physics and Astronomy Stephen Kane has published a paper studying exoplanet system Wolf 1061.

$17M grant funds novel approach to building a diverse future for science.