- Congratulations to Department Chair Carl Carrano, elected as a 2012 AAAS Fellow! Professor Carrano joins Professor Robert Metzger among SDSU's six AAAS Fellows. Details are at the SDSU NewsCenter.
- Welcome to new students joining our lab (Eric Miller, Lyndsay Trimble, Nicole Davis and Yuna Park).
- Congratulations to M.S. student, Madhura Rane, for finishing her work and obtaining a job at Aubrey Inc.
- Our research on algal-bacterial mutualism, which was published in PNAS has been highlighted in the journal Nature Reviews Microbiology as well as the SDSU news.
- Professor Carl J. Carrano has won an NSF-ICC grant for studying Fe-storage mechanisms in macroalgae along with collaborators in Luebeck, Germany.
- Congratulations to Guillermo A. Santillan for successfully defending his Ph.D. dissertation.
- Congratulations to Ariel Romano for receiving the MBRS IMSD (Minority Biomedical Research Support) undergraduate fellowship.
- Professor Carl J. Carrano's recent article in Inorganic Chemistry (ACS) has become one of the top Most-Accessed Article for the first quarter of 2008. ACS-letter PDF
- ___Congratulations to Prof Carl. J. Carrano for the 2008 Outstanding Graduate Most Influential Faculty Nomination Form. PDF
- The aquaculture magazine May/June 2008 edition publishes a short article about Mystery Deepens on Toxic Algal Blooms Bacteria Now Suspect. PDF
- The recent article in Dalton Transactions (RSC) published in July, 2008 has made it to the top ten most accessed articles on the web. RSC-letter PDF
- Our recent publication in JACS (PDF) got some news in the September 28, 2007 issue of Science magazine.
- Prof. Carrano has just been interviewed on KPBS radio (5/2007), as well as TV, regarding the recent toxic phytoplankton bloom that infested our California coast.
- The winter edition of the California Sea grant News publishes a short article about our recent findings regarding toxic phytoplankton blooms and their symbionts. PDF
- SDSUniverse edition January 2007 publishes an article about Algae Anxiety. PDF