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11/12/18

Rethinking the Future of Sustainable Design,” DesignIntelligence – Prof. of Architecture Pablo La Rouche outlines strategies that will lead to the implementation of low carbon/carbon neutral buildings/

11/5/18

Cal Poly breeds parasitic wasps to battle disease that kills citrus trees,” The Press-Enterprise

Cal Poly Pomona is part of a partnership with the California Department of Food and Agriculture, Citrus Research Board and the Citrus Pest & Disease Prevention Program, which has raised and released more than three million of the predator wasps in California this year.

10/30/18

Cal Poly Pomona uses tiny wasp to help protect California’s citrus trees,” Eyewitness News (KABC Ch. 7)

At Cal Poly Pomona, an army of wasps are being readied to do battle against the Asian citrus psyllid, which carries Huanglonghbing, a citrus tree killing disease responsible for wiping out 70 percent of Florida’s citrus industry. Max Lasiter is a student working on the project.

10/30/18

“’Halloween’ co-star now sculptor-slash-teacher in Pomona,” Daily Bulletin

Nancy Kyes, who played Annie Brackett, the babysitter killed in the 1978 movie “Halloween,” teaches acting at Cal poly Pomona. And discusses her work on the iconic film.

10/25/18

Winners of AIAA Student Design Competitions,”

Cal Poly Pomona student team wins second prize in the AIAA 2017-2018 Undergraduate Team Space Design Competition – Robotic Lunar Crater Resource Prospecting to determine the locations and quantities of water in two craters.

10/8/18

Bakterien fressen Putzmittle,” German Public Radio-SW2

Professor Rakesh Mogul interviewed about his study finding that bacteria in the clean rooms thrive by eating the cleaning agents.

10/1/18

Grant will increase diversity in physics, astronomy,” Press-Enterprise

Cal-Bridge, led by Cal Poly Pomona Professor Alexander Rudolph, receives $5 million NSF grant to increase diversity in physics and astronomy. The program is a partnership between some California State University, University of California and California community college campuses.

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